Plan your own roadtrip in outback NSW and save 10 per cent on accommodation
With international borders closed for some time yet, now is the perfect time to explore the big horizons and character-filled towns of the Australian outback especially the closer-to-home outback attractions of NSW. And to help roadtrip lovers plan a journey of discovery, Out of the Ordinary Outback is offering a 10 per cent discount on stays at two or more of their seven properties in far west NSW.
Outback NSW is perfect for isolation, fresh air, seclusion, social distancing and escape, with an abundance of warmth, big skies and vast spaces to roam amongst. The new 10 per cent multi-property stay offer released by Out of the Ordinary Outback will help and inspire roadtrippers explore the country in ‘out of the ordinary’ times.
The open-ended offer (no booking or stay deadlines) is valid at the new Broken Hill Outback Resort, 14 km outside the historic city, as well as The Argent Motel and The Tourist Lodge – both in Broken Hill, the Copper City Motel/Hotel in Cobar, the billabong-side cabins at Warrawong on the Darling at Wilcannia, the remote Ivanhoe Hotel Motel and the famous White Cliffs Underground Motel -Australia’s largest underground accommodation.
Roadtrippers exploring the region can save 10 per cent on accommodation if they stay at two or more of Out of the Ordinary Outback’s properties in one trip.
* Visit www.outoftheordinaryoutback.com.au or contact your local travel agent.
Including the 10 per cent discount, nightly rates (all per room for up to two people) start from just $94 at Copper City Motel/Hotel, $117 at The Argent Motel in Broken Hill, $122 in the billabong-side cabins at Warrawong on the Darling at Wilcannia, $140 for a subterranean room in the iconic White Cliffs Underground Motel and $175 in a deluxe king spa apartment overlooking the desert at the newly expanded Broken Hill Outback Resort.
Round-trip road journeys from capitals like Sydney, Adelaide, Canberra and Melbourne can take highway wanderers to frontier towns like the mining centres of Cobar and Broken Hill, the remote and quirky opal hamlet of White Cliffs, the historic ghost towns of Wilcannia and Silverton and the home of the famous ‘Big Bogan’ statue, Nyngan.
Less touristed and free of crowds, far western NSW is also home to majestic, ochre-red sand dunes, endless plains, Aboriginal rock art, star-filled skies and rugged ranges as well as character-filled outback pubs brimming with stories.
SOURCE: Outback NSW