Sturts Steps Touring Route

Sturt’s Steps Touring Route is an unsigned route linking Broken Hill with Tibooburra. It follows approximately the route taken by Captain Charles Sturt in 1845 as he led an exploration team into Inland Australia. The route follows main roads across the region from just north of Broken Hill, across the Barrier Ranges, onto the red [...]

Milparinka Heritage Gardens

Adjacent to the Milparinka Heritage Precinct are three separate garden areas, each containing specimens of local flora, but also interpretive panels or museum items. Two of the gardens have bench seats and tables for picnic lunches. An small entry fee covers access to all locations of the Milparinka Heritage Precinct.

Milparinka Courthouse Interpretive Centre

Designed by Colonial architect James Barnet and built in 1896, the Milparinka Courthouse is a classic example of the fine design and construction of the day. Its function as a courthouse ceased in the 1920s and by the 1980s the building was in disrepair. Restored by the local community, the beautiful sandstone building today forms [...]

Tibooburra Visitor Information Centre

Call into the Tibooburra Visitor Information Centre to meet the happy, friendly staff who have excellent knowledge of Tibooburra, its attractions, history and surrounding area. You will find a variety of maps and brochures of the area. The centre will also have the latest information on road and river conditions, especially valuable during inclement weather [...]

Tibooburra Aboriginal Keeping Place

The Tibooburra Local Aboriginal Land Council Keeping Place is a unique museum displaying traditional indigenous artefacts and selected photographic material from the Tibooburra district. The collection consists of wood, stone and fauna materials from the Wadigali, Wongkumara and Malyangapa tribes. The museum is a ‘Keeping Place’ for the remains of the tools and artefacts found [...]

Milparinka Heritage Walk

A walk around the outback township of Milparinka reveals many of its secrets. There are, of course, the obvious structures, the buildings which remain from the 1880s and 1890s, restored and in use. But, amongst the laid out streets and their signs, there are also the ruins of former homes, former shops, former businesses, the [...]

Cameron Corner Store

Cameron Corner Store is located at the junction of New South Wales, South Australia and Queensland. Cameron Corner was surveyed in 1880 by James Cameron. It is one of the most remote locations in Outback New South Wales. Cameron Corner Store is open seven days for meals, fuel, minor vehicle repairs, souvenirs and cabin accommodation [...]

Corner Country Store

The Corner Country Store is situated in the town centre of Tibooburra, look for the “i” offering visitor and road information. Offering friendly service, selling fuel, tyre repairs, gas refills, ice, real coffee, homemade food and more. Eat-in a very comfortable, relaxing cafe or order food to take away. Bring your own alcohol after 5pm [...]

Tibooburra Aboriginal Reserve Camping Grounds

The camping ground is located at the historic Aboriginal Reserve located two minutes south of town. There are hot showers, septic toilets and a gas barbecue. Pets and campfires are permitted. There is a walking track to an historic Aboriginal burial ground, shelter shed with tables and interpretive signage regarding the Aboriginal culture and heritage [...]

Tibooburra Beds Motel

Tibooburra Beds – fully equipped units with king size bed and custom built couch. The units have been built using eco friendly straw bale and earth render technology, offering a cool, stable and relaxing environment purely for your enjoyment. Three minutes walk to the hotels and store of Tibooburra, the capital of the Corner Country [...]

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