Immerse yourself in nature and culture on this journey through the rugged national parks along the Darling River. The drive from Bourke to Wentworth is an unforgettable experience where you’ll discover ancient rock formations, historic landmarks and plenty of wildlife. This is your chance to see all that the outback has to offer, from stunning red sand hills to coolabah woodlands and vast flood plains.
Take a week out from everyday life to explore the incredible attractions on offer in Outback NSW national parks. This region truly has something for everyone, from invigorating hikes to scenic views and plenty of opportunities to spot a rich array of wildlife.
Keep your binoculars close by; they’re sure to come in handy when exploring the ancient rock formations of Mungo National Park and the floodplains at Mount Talowla lookout.
History buffs will enjoy the fascinating Aboriginal culture and shearing history of this area, from ancient rock carvings along the Mulgowan (Yappa) Art Site walk to the Australian pastoral heritage of Kinchega Woolshed.
For those looking to relax, there are many tranquil spots beside the Darling River where you can stop for a picnic lunch or set up camp under a star-filled Australian desert sky.
You might like to visit the Darling River Run website for more detailed information about the towns you'll travel through, outback travel tips, and a more detailed map.