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Visit Bourke Outback NSW

Bourke Outback NSW

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Photo “Back ‘O Bourke Exhibition Centre” by Tim J Keegan

Bourke has attracted the rich and famous and those looking to escape life on the coast.

Over the years it has welcomed Banjo Paterson, Henry Lawson, Fred Hollows and Dame Mary Durack and many more.
Bourke’s magic is it’s mixture of old weathered landscapes, the history and hardships of the pioneers and it’s friendly people and it’s characters.
You should take a wander through the Bourke Cemetery to take in the life of those who have gone before. Today you can ride the paddle boat PV Jandra and on occasions dine on board as you cruise the Darling River. There are great meals to be had when you dine at Diggers on Darling
While in town you should visit the Back O’Bourke Exhibition Centre and see the Back O’Bourke Outback Show. The town’s most popular caravan park is Kidman’s Camp. If you like to free camp then check out Mays Bend which is a quiet spot to spend a few days. It is just 11km north of town.

Diggers on Darling
23-25 Sturt Street, Bourke Ph 02 6870 1988

Kidman’s Camp
Cunnamulla Rd, North Bourke, NSW 2840 Ph 02 6872 1612

Back O’Bourke Exhibition Centre

Back O’Bourke Gallery

Gundabooka National Park photo
Photo by tkosig

Back O’ Bourke Motel
Wanaaring Rd (5km from town), North Bourke Ph 02 6872 4448

Bourke Apartments
45 Mitchell St, Bourke Ph 02 4782 4864

The Bridge Inn
4 Bogan Street, North Bourke Ph 02 6872 3167

Bourke Riverside Motel
3-13 Mitchell St, Bourke Ph 02 6872 2539

Comeroo Camel Station
180km from Bourke via Fords Bridge
Ph 02 6874 7735

Darling River Motel
74 Mitchell St (Cnr Mitchell St & Warraweena St) Bourke, Ph 02 6872 2288

Gidgee Guesthouse
17 Oxley St (Cnr Oxley St & Sturt St), Bourke Ph 02 6870 1017

Major Mitchell Motel
44 Mertin Street, Bourke Ph 02 6872 2311

Poets on Mertin B and B
45 Mertin Street, Bourke, NSW 2840? Ph 02 6872 3230


Trilby Station photo
Photo by pspradbrow

Trilby Station
125km from Bourke via Louth
Ph 02 6874 7420


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