5 Day NSW Outback Mungo Silo Art Wentworth Menindee Darling River Run Sydney to Broken Hill
- Durata: 5 Giorni (circa)
- Luogo: Sydney, NSW
- Codice prodotto: 50DSS11
Explore the Far West of NSW with Silo Art, Corner Country, Mungo National Park, Broken Hill, Darling River Run from Pooncarie to Menindee
- Sydney to Broken Hill - return by train, plane or coach (ASK) or extend to Lake Eyre or Corner Country Innamincka
- Canowindra – Age of Fishes Fossil Museum
- Grenfell Silo Art
- Weethalle Silo Art
- Hay – Shear Outback Centre
- Wentworth – Junction of the Darling & Murray Rivers + Megafauna Museum
- Mungo National Park & China Walls sunset tour
- Menindee – Lakes & Burke & Wills Camp
- Broken Hill & Silverton - Pro Hart Gallery, mine tour, history, Mining & railway museums
- Return optional tours or meets rail to Sydney or Adelaide
Our tours are small group adventures for people who love to connect with regional Australia and particularly regional and outback New South Wales. Our small group tours travel in Land Cruiser vehicles with 4 adult seats
The Silo At Trail is transforming Australian regional towns. Join us on an adventure through rural Australia to witness these great masterpieces and the local hospitality.
Options include a day tour to Mutawintji National Park for exceptional rock art rich in Aboriginal history.
Day 1 – NSW Silo Art Trail tours take us through some lovely country towns and regional areas, and our tour from Sydney to Broken Hill and return includes Canowindra, ballooning capital of Australia and the Museum of Fishes – viewing ancient fish fossils from this area that was once an inland sea. Then Cowra (and railway roundhouse for the keen). Onwards we travel via Weddin Mountains National Park, visiting the popular Grenfell Wheat silos completed in 2019 and then through West Wyalong to the well-known Weethalle Silos. Driving West via Rankin Springs the country spreads and the sky seems to get bigger we know the perfect place to see our first Big Sky sunset with the full spectrum of colours as the sun sets over the Hay Plains. Overnight Hay LD
Day 2 – SHEAR OUTBACK, OUTBACK VILLAGES, WENTWORTH
Hay was one of Australia’s major wool growing areas, and a visit to the Shear Outback centre takes to you into the rich life in the wool industry in early NSW. We’ll take the backroad through seemingly endless saltbush plains, that are home to over 50 farming families. Tiny villages are the social hub for many of the large outback stations, where life can often be lonely. . Follow the Murray River to Trentham Estate, a family-owned winery on the banks of the Murray River. Enjoy an afternoon wine tasting by the river before we head to Wentworth. In the late 1800’s Wentworth was the largest river port in Australia with over 400 boats plying the Murray and the Darling Rivers, which meet here. Overnight Wentworth Meals: BLD
Day 3 – Wentworth visit the junction of the Murray and Darling Rivers, Australia’s biggest river system and also visit Wentworth Pioneer Museum with life-size megafauna replicas from the local area including the cuddly 2-metre high Diprotodons. Into the desert and Mungo National Park to explore this ancient lakebed environment. Here the stories of the regions from a local guide, and learn of the oldest known ritual burial in the world. Discover the Walls of China and megafauna history of the area, explore the ancient Willandra Lakes and the historic sheep station and large and impressive shearing shed that served the area for around 100 years. Overnight Mungo Lodge, Mungo National Park. BLD
Days 4 – Travel the Darling River via Pooncarie, Menindee and Kinchega National Park. Explore the memorial to Burke & Wills camp on the lakeshore, and a haven for wetland birds. Into Broken Hill and dinner at the famous & delicious Mario’s Palace Hotel (full of murals from Priscilla Queen of the Desert fame) Overnight Broken Hill.BL dinner own cost
Day 5 – After breakfast, tour completes at 10am with hotel checkout. You can optionally Explore Broken Hill highlights (your choice) including Pro Hart Gallery, The Line of Lode Lookout and Miners Memorial plus Desert Sculptures or Mutawintji National Park for exceptional rock art rich in Aboriginal history.
Options – LAKE EYRE TOURS AND FLIGHTS - or Explore Broken Hill for a few days or Corner Country tour and more . Option to travel to Adelaide via Peterborough (railway history) Burra (old Copper mine tour) and tour completion
- 4 nights Hotel Motel Accommodation - twin share or single supplement available - see booking link
- Genuine small group tour vehicle - usually 4WD GXL Landcruisers
- Professional Driver Guide
- All meals except 1 as noted
- Wild wildlife!!
- National Parks entry fees.
- Tour price supports Outback Kids & Nature Care projects.
BOOK HERE Or Call 0417 244 600 or 1300 763 188