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Henry Lawson said: 'If you know Bourke, you know Australia.' He stayed at the Darling River town in 1892, and was impressed with the area as was many bush poets. Bourke is located more than 800km from Sydney, and is a popular gateway to the Australian outback. Stop in at the Back O'Bourke Exhibition Centre and find out about some of the great activities on offer in the region, such as hiking, fishing, and visiting Mount Oxley and Mount Gunderbook.
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Kidman's Camp Bourke is on the Mitchell Highway. It is a caravan and cabin park near the river, owned and managed by Peter and Tracey Simmonds. The park's landscape and views are known to be wonderful. Its facilities include a camp kitchen, poolside entertainment area, camp vegetable patch, campfire nights and Jandra paddleboat.
Trilby Station is a children and pet friendly site on the banks of the Darling River, forming part of historic Dunlop. Visitors can enjoy seeing the wildlife, nature trails and river views. Its campsite facilities include a barbecue area, boat ramp, camp kitchen, car park, communal kitchen, communal refrigerator, vehicle wash facilities, event facilities, cots, recreation room, gardens, ice, iron, laundry, library, broadband Internet access, satellite television, playground, room service, lounge area, walking tracks, wood heater and outdoor swimming pool. Activities at the site include bird watching, bush-walking, canoeing, swimming and trail bike riding.
Back O Bourke Exhibition Centre is located at Kidman Way in Bourke. The centre offers the opportunity to learn several Australian Outback stories, see the evolution of the town as well as Bourke's cultural history. Visitors can also enjoy having coffee at the Nardoo Cafe with picturesque views of the Darling floodplain.
The Darling River stretches through New South Wales. It is hailed as Australia's third longest river and the outback's most popular waterway. Several bush poets have written poems about it including Henry Lawson. The river also flows through Bourke. Walking along its banks is popular among both tourists and locals.
Gundabooka National Park is on Kidman Way. It covers 43,000 hectares of land and features a stunning landscape, the Gundabooka Range and several ceremonial sites of the Ngemba Aboriginal people. Popular activities include bush-walking, camping, picnicking and barbecuing. Kindly contact the National Parks Office to gain access to the park.