Whilst in our region make time to explore the Great Western Plains. Located halfway between the NSW coast and the start of the NSW outback, you can expect:
ADVENTURE / Characterised by vast open spaces, ancient volcanic mountains, and big adventure, the Great Western Plains is rich in cultural diversity, Aboriginal heritage, colonial history, and great nature experiences.
NATURE / Exploring the great outdoors is easy with three sensational national parks at your doorstep, namely Warrumbungle National Park, Coolah Tops and The Pilliga. Paddle the picturesque rivers, glide the skies, hike through the rugged wilderness, and explore the plains by car, bike, cart or trike.
FOOD / The region’s blossoming food and wine scene is also a pleasure to discover, with numerous unique gourmet experiences dotting this beautiful landscape.
CULTURE / Add in the exciting range of galleries and antique stores, and the reasons to visit this accessible and intriguing region truly are endless.
For further information on the Great Western Plains visit www.travelin.com.au/great-western-plains
The region has many treasures to discover such as:
- Dubbos Taronga Western Plains Zoo
- Narromine Aviation Museum
- Warrumbungle National Park
- Coonabarabran’s Siding Spring Observatory
- The Back O’Bourke Exhibition Centre.