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Corner Country Accommodation
The diversity of experiences across the Corner Country call for a diverse range of accommodation options and the region has them. We call them "Million Star places for from the Corner Country the night sky is magnificent, the view to the Milky Way unimpeded by street or vehicle lights.
Along each of the Touring Routes are designated accommodation places, the Stationstay homesteads where one can experience remote and peaceful camping spots, Stationstay Bed and Breakfast, self-catered accommodation in purposely located houses and cabins or shearers quarters, as well as traditional hotel and motel accommodation in Milparinka, Tibooburra, Cameron Corner and Packsaddle.
There are also specially located caravan and camping sites in Milparinka and Tibooburra, as well as a caravan park in Tibooburra itself, and camping is allowed within the national parks' areas.
Corner Country Places to Stay
Cameron Corner is the most remote location in outback New South Wales, and one of the busiest. Each year several thousand people pass this way, either heading toward the Strzelecki Track, or into the Corner Country from South Australia. Some even cross over from Queensland. Until 1989 travellers could not purchas...
Pimpara Lake is a typical sheep and cattle station property in the Corner Country of outback New South Wales. The wonderful rains of 2010 and 2011 have helped to create very special wetland and grassland environments.
Built in 1882, the Albert Hotel was the first to be licensed in Milparinka and just one of four hotels in the historic township at the height of the gold rush. Despite renovations, through the years parts of the hotel remain as travellers would have found them more than a century ago.
Pine View Station is a working sheep and cattle property located 180 km from Broken Hill on the Silverton to Hawker Gate Road. It is owned and operated by Mark and Jenny Lacey and their young family. Mark and Jenny are organic farmers with certification for their practices on Pine View.
Mount Wood Station was one of several station properties which have been amalgamated to create the Corner Country's magnificent Sturt National Park. The park is an important area for the protection of the arid landscape of western New South Wales, as well as the region's native flora and fauna.
Situated in the far north-western corner of New South Wales, Tibooburra has been officially declared the hottest town in New South Wales (and possibly the driest) and is known as the “Corner Country Capital” because it is the gateway to so many of Australia’s outback wonders.
Pincally Station is the home to Matt and Zanna Gale and their three daughters Bella, Lucy and Millie. Pincally Station was originally settled in early 1900's by the Moyle family, and consists of 65, 893 hectares of grazing land under Western Lands Lease.
Visitors are welcome at the Tibooburra Aboriginal Reserve Camping Ground, located one kilometre from the end of Burgess Street, Tibooburra. Call into the Land Council office in Briscoe Street, Tibooburra, (adjacent to TJ's Roadhouse) to book and pay a fee of $5.00 per vehicle. Pets and campfires are welcome.
Few pubs in Australia are more iconic than the Family Hotel in Tibooburra and few places are more welcoming than the Corner Country town of Tibooburra. The hotel, run by Melissa and William Thomson who have owned it since 2013, was built in 1882 by Francis Bladon.
The Tibooburra Hotel was built around 1882 during the gold rush. It is believed that originally it was named the Albert, but since an Albert Hotel already existed in Milparinka, the name was changed to the Tibooburra Hotel locally, it is affectionately known as 'The Two Storey'.
Tibooburra Beds & Camping, we've set out to provide you with everything you need. Our spacious, clean, and comfortable motel style accommodation provides a reprieve from the outback.