Tilpa

Darling River

Outback NSW

About 70km downstream from Trilby Station, is the small town of Tilpa. Famous for its classic outback pub, which has been welcoming visitors for over 100 years, Tilpa sits on the western bank of the Darling River is a spot renowned for great fishing and plenty of yabbies.

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Louth

Darling River

Outback NSW

Located 132 km northwest of Cobar, 100 km southwest of Bourke and 836 km northwest of Sydney, Louth is a tiny little village on the banks of the Darling River which was established in 1862 when an Irishman called Matthews selected 40 acres from the Toorale holding (where he was employed as a shipwright and wheelwright) and built a pub to cater for the passing river and land-based trade.

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Gundabooka National Park

Outback NSW

Gundabooka National Park is located a short drive from Bourke and the Darling River boasts some magnificent examples of Aboriginal Rock Art in addition to three magnificent walks to access different sections of Mt Gundabooka.

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Bourke

Darling River

Outback NSW

The only Australian town to have grown out of a fort, erected by explorer Major Thomas Mitchell in 1835 to provide temporary shelter from the local aboriginal tribe. A replica of this fort can be seen a short distance from the site of the original.

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The Darling River Run

Outback NSW

The Darling River Run - Being located on the Darling River, Trilby is situated on one of Australia's great outback drives, the Darling River Run which follows the course of this majestic river from north east NSW to the south west corner of the state and its confluence with the mighty Murray at Wentworth.

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