Outback NSW Touring Routes
Murray-Darling Basin Touring
Driving along the Darling River is an Outback NSW adventure everyone should do it at least once... it is a bucket list thing!
As a waterway (including its longest tributaries), the Darling is Australia's longest stretching from South East Queensland through Outback NSW to Wentworth - on the NSW/Victorian border - where it joins the Murray River. From Wentworth, the Murray flows into South Australia to Lake Alexandrina.
The Darling River Run is not a single journey, but an adventure across the Far West of NSW, through adjoining regions like Cameron Corner and the Corner Country, the point at which the states of New South Wales, Queensland, and South Australia join.
The Darling River is a tributary of the Murray and an integral part of the Murray-Darling basin, which provides countless opportunities to explore a region covering almost 14% of Australia's land area.
While the Darling River is, in itself, nothing short of an amazing and unique experience, that is only part of a Darling River Run experience.
The side-trips that flow off the Darling River Run, link the visitor to other Far West NSW places like Broken Hill, Wannaaring, and Tibooburra, as well as touring routes like the Corner Country Loop and the Sturt's Steps touring route linking Broken Hill to Tibooburra (via Packsaddle) and onto Cameron Corner via the Corner Explorer.
Touring the Darling & Outback NSW
The Best Route, from experience, for touring the Darling River, Far West NSW, Australia
The Complete Guide with all the options to touring the Darling River, Far West NSW, Australia ...
From the Darling Downs to the Murray-Darling confluence, then the Murray to Lake Alexandrina.....
Connecting the Murray-Darling Basin to the Lake Eyre Basin, learn about our outback water systems......
Overlanding from the Murrumbidgee River to the Darling River and into the Corner Country, Far West N...
Darling River Run Corner Country Loop, the Darling River Run's largest side-trip, takes in the ...
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