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Photo of giant steel front door artwork, Toorale Homestead precinct (Yarramarra). Photo: triggerdesign.com.au

Toorale Homestead precinct (Yarramarra)

Toorale Homestead precinct (Yarramarra) is a must-see for outback travellers near Bourke. Built on the lands of the Kurnu-Baakandji People, Toorale Station was once part of the world’s largest sheep station. Guided tours are suspended until further notice.

Price
Free. Free park entry.
Grade
Easy
Wheelchair
access
Medium
Where
Toorale National Park in Outback NSW
Aerial of visitors walking into Kinchega Woolshed. Photo: John Spencer/DPIE

Kinchega Woolshed

Visit the beautiful historic Kinchega Woolshed for a glimpse into Australian pastoral history and imagine the heyday of this place, where six million sheep were sheared. Tours are suspended until further notice.

Price
Fees apply. Free park entry.
Wheelchair
access
Medium
Where
Kinchega National Park in Outback NSW
Courthouse Museum, Sturt National Park. Photo: John Spencer

Courthouse Museum

Courthouse Museum is closed until further notice to protect the health and safety of our visitors and staff. Gain insight into the lives of early settlers at Courthouse Museum in Tibooburra, which houses artefacts from the former sheep stations that once stood where Sturt National Park is now.

Price
Free. Park entry fees apply.
Wheelchair
access
Medium
Where
Sturt National Park in Outback NSW

Driving routes

Visitor centres

Sturt Vistor Centre, Sturt National Park. Photo: John Spencer

Sturt Visitor Centre

Sturt Visitor Centre is closed until further notice to protect the health and safety of our visitors and staff. Stop by Sturt Visitor Centre to plan your trip to Sturt National Park. Here you can get information about walks, drives, accommodation and more.

Price
Free. Park entry fees apply.
Wheelchair
access
Medium
Where
Sturt National Park in Outback NSW

Walking tracks

Evans lookout, Blue Mountains National Park. Photo: Kevin McGrath/NSW Government