We are excited to announce the newest addition to the Out of the Ordinary Outback group – The Argent Motel! Located in Australia’s only heritage-listed city and NSW’s ‘gateway to the Outback’, Broken Hill, The Argent development already boasts a great central location within walking distance to a wide variety of shops, restaurants and art galleries. Stay tuned to Out of the Ordinary Outback’s Facebook page for upcoming developments!
Treat your family to a little bit of adventure this Easter school holiday with these great savings!
- 10% off all 1 Day Mutawintji Bookings made before February 28th
Breath-taking landscapes, dream time stories and cultural intrigue await you on this family-friendly Outback adventure …
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- Get your fourth night free (or half-price camp-fire dinner) at Warrawong on the Darling
On the edge of a billabong, surrounded by the beauty of the Australian Outback lies your family’s perfect escape from busy-city life …
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Channel 7’s Sydney Weekender TV show will screen a special, 30-minute special on the NSW outback this Sunday, February 26, from 5.30pm. The segment focuses on tours and hotels run by Out of the Ordinary Outback and its outback tour arm, Tri State Safaris, which operates in far western NSW and centred in Broken Hill. The segment features Wilcannia, Cobar, White Cliffs, Broken Hill, Menidee Lakes and Mutawinji National Park. Find more Sydney Weekender adventures here!
Out of the Ordinary Outback’s new-look Warrawong on the Darling camp, nestled by a billabong at Wilcannia in outback NSW, is offering a‘stay three nights and get the fourth night free’ deal for caravan and camping stays during the April and Easter school holidays. Alternatively, caravanners and campers can pay for three nights and receive a camp dinner around the fire for four people for half price.
Hugging the legendary, gum-lined Darling River, Warrawong on the Darling offers an authentic taste of the ruggedly beautiful ‘big sky’ country of far west NSW. While staying at the park, guests can fish and canoe on the river and billabong, spot local fauna and birdlife, enjoy spectacular sunsets and sunrises, gaze at the star-filled night sky and explore historic Wilcannia – once the third largest inland port in Australia.
The camp offers secluded caravan and camping sites by the river and billabong, a new amenities block, laundry, camp kitchen and BBQ area, a small shop and art gallery, bushwalking tracks and friendly hosts.
Under the stay for four – pay for three offer, a family of four can stay for four nights on a powered site for $141 (nightly rate is $47 per night) on an unpowered site for four nights for $111 ($37 a night). Alternatively, caravanners and campers can pay and stay for three nights and receive a half-price camp dinner for four people (normally $80 for four people) . There is no expiry date for the offer which is subject to availability and valid for families only.
Launched last October by passionate bush lover and tourism businessman, Scott Smith, Out of the Ordinary Outback includes Tri State Safaris, Warrawong on the Darling, the iconic White Cliffs Underground Motel and also Cobar’s Copper City Motel and the Ivanhoe Hotel.
Parents can share the rich Dreamtime legends of rugged MutawintjiNational Park with their children during the April school holidays and save 10 per cent on day tours to the park run by Out of the Ordinary Outback’s touring arm, Tri State Safaris. Five hours north-west of Broken Hill, Mutawintji boasts spectacular, red, rock ledges and caverns containing some of the best indigenous rock art in Australia. Tri State Safaris has been accredited by traditional owners of the region to host tours of the restricted, cultural park.
A 10 per cent discount and special new prices for teenagers under 18 area available on bookings made on these one-day tours of Mutawintji by February 28, 2017:
* Full-day tour in a Tri State Safaris coach from Broken Hill including lunch and morning tea. Discounted prices if booked by February 28: Adults $198, children 5-13 $99, children 14-17 $158, under 5 free.
* Full-day, tag-along tour in your own 4WD from Broken Hill including lunch and morning tea. Discounted prices if booked by February 28: Adults $108, children 5-13 $54, children 14-17 $86, under 5 free.