Tourist Information in Mungo National Park

Mungo National Park Visitor Centre

Has displays on the park's cultural and natural history, and it's here that you can pick up maps, pay park and camping fees, and enquire about tours. Next door is the Shearers' Quarters accommodation and the Histori…
Tourist Information in Orange

Orange Visitor Information Centre

One of NSW's top visitor centres, located inside the iconic building housing the Orange Regional Museum, is a font of information on all things Orange – and a decent chunk of the rest of NSW. Its friendly, exception…
Tourist Information in Bourke

Bourke Visitor Information Centre

While at first glance it may appear that there's not much to see and do here in Bourke, the friendly staff at this well-stocked visitor centre will set you straight with what's on and can assist with booking things …
Tourist Information in Tibooburra & Corner Country

NPWS Sturt Visitor Centre

Visit this NPWS office before setting off into the outback, for the latest info on road and safety conditions, to purchase your park entry permits and/or book campsites or accommodation. A small local-history museum…
Tourist Information in Broken Hill

Broken Hill Visitor Information Centre

This should be considered a first stop when you get to town. Broken Hill has so much to do (surprising, we know) and a lot of it is on dusty, dangerous roads, so talk to the genuinely friendly staff and help yoursel…
Tourist Information in Coonabarabran

Pilliga Forest Discovery Centre

Start your adventures of the semi-arid Pilliga Forest at this flagship Visitor Centre in Barradine, 46km north of Coona, where local experts can kit you up with maps and directions to the Sandstone Caves with Aborig…
Tourist Information in Bourke

Bourke NPWS Office

Contact the NPWS office for visits to the Aboriginal art sites at Gundabooka National Park, the newest outback national park. There, you can camp at Dry Tank (adult/child $6/4) or try the shearer’s quarters (doubles…
Tourist Information in Forbes

Forbes Visitor Information Centre

In addition to a wealth of maps and brochures, this visitor centre – housed in the historic former train station – also has local art exhibits and a display and DVD on bushranger Ben Hall.
Tourist Information in Tamworth

Tamworth Visitor Information Centre

To get into the string of things, drop into this font of local knowledge from all things New England and country music, at the Big Golden Guitar.
Tourist Information in Coonabarabran

Warrumbungle National Park NWPS Visitor Centre

Park fees ($8 per vehicle, per day) and any applicable camp fees (adult/child from $6/4) are payable here, and you can pick up maps on the park's spectacular walking tracks.