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Discover the NSW Outback; A Photo Essay

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Experience Australian life the outback New South Wales way.

It's not always easy to understand the outback, or explain it to someone, but there's definitely something about it that gets under your skin. Whether it's the sacredness of the land, the deadpan horizons or the unbelievable colour palettes - it has a way of changing you.

If you haven't had the opportunity to visit the outback for yourself, what are you waiting for? The over 600,000 travellers who make the journey every year can't be wrong! It's also often touted as some of Australia's most accessible land by 4WD, and with the north-west outback of NSW covering more than a third of the state, there's plenty to explore.

So it doesn't matter if it's Bourke, Lightning Ridge, Tibooburra or Milparinka; we've got the photos to prove that the NSW outback is a must-visit destination. 

Kinchega Woolshed

Kinchega Woolshed

A spiny-tailed monitor

A spiny-tailed monitor

Eldee Station

Eldee Station

VW Beetle by John Browne

A VW Beetle provides the perfect canvas for artist Peter Browne

Emu Lake Drive

Emu Lake Drive

Eldee Station

Eldee Station

Relics from Badlands TV show

Relics from US TV pilot/movie Badlands 2005

Land around Kinchega Woolshed

Gorge of the Eldee House Creek

Sunset over Mundi Mundi Plains

Sunset over Mundi Mundi Plains

John Dynon Gallery

John Dynon Gallery

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