New England in the north west has a fantastic historical village at Inverell, hot artesian mineral baths in Moree and the world famous Country Music Festival at Tamworth. Fossick for sapphires or opals. Armidale is centrally located and has over 30 National Trust listed buildings and a fantastic Art Museum.
The Central West has a diverse and successful agricultural industry due to the rich volcanic soil; there is also an interesting gold mining history. Visit the Western Plains Zoo, Wellington Caves or Warrumbungle National Park.
The Riverina district in south-central NSW is famous for its produce. The Murrumbidgee River winds through this region providing great camping and picnic spots. Griffith and Wagga Wagga are the two hubs of this region. Gundagai, is a well located to break your journey and has an interesting history of bushrangers, gold miners and squatters.
The Murray, one of Australia’s major rivers, begins in the Snowy Mountains and winds along the New South Wales and Victorian Borders.
Hire a house boat and explore towns like Wentworth, Corowa, Moama and Albury all have excellent facilities for visitors. Lightening Ridge, a fascinating and historic mining town is famous for its black opals and is located in the semi –desert region of New South Wales. You can take a tour of an opal mine!
The vast, red and sparsely populated Accessible Outback has a uniquely Australian rugged feel. Spectacular scenery, bold colours, outback pubs and characters are all part of the experience when visiting towns like Broken Hill, Silverton, White Cliffs and Willcania. The Corner Country in far western New South Wales epitomizes the harshness of the Australian Outback and the serentity of the bush, you will find the Outback hospitality in the region an attraction on its own.