Filling the north-west pocket of New South Wales is the remote yet surprising town of Cameron Corner. Quirky attractions abound at this famous intersection point of Queensland, New South Wales and South Australia, including the chance to stand in three different time zones at once.
The immense Sturt National Park lies between Cameron Corner and Tibooburra. The journey between the two towns will see drivers traverse the Waka Clay Pan, pass Fort Grey – which was built by the park’s namesake, explorer Charles Sturt – and connect with the world’s longest fence that was constructed to keep dingoes out of the pastoral lands of NSW.
Cameron Corner was surveyed in 1880 by James Cameron, the town’s namesake. This might be one of the most remote locations in Outback NSW, but a must-see at this unique destination is the Cameron Corner Store, which is open seven days a week for meals, fuel and accommodation.