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Drive a Reliable Motorhome and Campervan Hire in Outback NSW

Desert landscape in Outback NSW

Discover the wonders of the New South Wales outback from the comfort of a rental motorhome or campervan. VroomVroomVroom can assist you in comparing the cheapest RV hire rates from Australia's leading suppliers. Our user-friendly booking system allows you to easily reserve a reliable camper in locations across Australia.

Journey into the outback New South Wales with a camper rental

Head out the 'Back o' Bourke' and experience the vast New South Wales outback. Visit many of the unique, remote small towns and see regions that inspired so many bush poets. Fossick for opals, explore a number of national park, swim in rock pools and learn about the local dinosaur fossils.

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Top Campervan and Motorhome Campsites in Outback New South Wales

Balranald Caravan Park offers accommodation like standard cabins, en suite cabins, deluxe cabins and powered sites. It lies along Court Street on the banks of the Murrumbidgee River in Balranald. The establishment's facilities include a barbecue area, boat ramp, camp kitchen, kiosk, laundry, TV/Lounge area, and outdoor swimming pool. The accommodations include deluxe cabins, standard cabin, en suite cabin and powered sites.

Coonamble Riverside Caravan Park is located on Castlereagh Highway at Coonamble. It offers barbecue facilities, car park, iron, laundry and playground. Accommodations include powered and unpowered sites. The establishment is close to the town centre, the Castlereagh River and the Warrumbungle National Park, making it a popular overnight stop.

Fort Courage Caravan Park lies along Old Renmark Road in Wentworth. Its campsite facilities include a barbecue, toilet block, shower, assorted shade trees, boat ramp, tables, chairs, gas Webber roasters and ample car parking spaces. The site offers powered and unpowered sites.

Lightning Ridge Tourist Park offers affordable and comfortable accommodations. The establishment is within the heart of the town and is near several clubs, restaurants, shops and spas. It is located in Harlequin Street, offering barbecue facilities, car park, laundry, vehicle wash and offers accommodation like tent site and powered site.

Opal Caravan Park is at 142 Pandora Street in Lightning Ridge. The park is pet friendly and has campsite facilities like a barbecue area, camp kitchen, car park, iron, laundry, Wireless Internet Access and Broadband Internet Access. The park offers self-contained cabins, camping site and caravan sites.

Willow Bend Caravan Park is on Darling Street, Wentworth. The establishment has a beautiful view of the Darling River and is not too far from a number of shopping destinations, sporting and recreational venues. Its campsite facilities include a barbecue area, business services, car park, courtesy transfer, child activities, communal refrigerator, gardens, gas, ice, iron, laundry, library, shop and public telephone. The accommodations that it offers are cabins, camp sites and powered sites.

Top Attractions in Outback New South Wales

Absaloms Gallery sits at 640 Chapple Street in Broken Hill. The establishment is owned by the renowned explorer Jack Absalom and is ideal for people who would like to know more about the outback. Visitors can see and even buy his works and some other prints, books and placemats that feature in the gallery.

Albert Kersten Mining and Mineral Museum lies at the corner of Bromide and Crystal Streets in Broken Hill. The museum features a wide range of gems, rocks, crystals, minerals and many other mining items from Broken Hills. Visitors can learn about minerals and the sciences of crystals.

Artback Australia Gallery and Cafe sits at the corner of Adelaide and Darling Streets in Wentworth. The gallery and cafe is within a well-preserved building offering stunning views of the Darling River as well as a number of impressive artworks. Visitors can also enjoy homemade cakes, light lunches, coffee, beer and wines.

Australian Opal Centre is located at 3/11 Morilla Street in Lightning Ridge. The Opal Centre is great for people of all ages to learn more about opal mining and dinosaur fossils found in New South Wales.

Chambers of the Black Hand can be found at 3 Mile Opal Field in Lightning Ridge. It is a cave that features impressive works of art located eleven metres below the ground. Painted and carved images of Puss in Boots, Donkey, Shrek, Jack Sparrow, tigers, chimpanzees and elephants are just some of the artworks. The establishment is child friendly and offers guided walks.

Coomealla Memorial Sporting Club is situated along the Silver City Highway in Dareton, offering the finest sporting facilities, accommodation and entertainment. It also has a casino, club and restaurant that offers wide range of dishes.