Outback New South Wales
The Outback region of Western NSW offers spectacular landscape diversity from scrub, sclerophyll and eucalyptus forests to contrasting terrain of both mountainous regions to open waterways.
Temperatures fluctuate during the warmer months with an average temperature range between (10 to 32 Degrees), and an average monthly rainfall of 40mm.
- Lace Monitors
- Red Bellied Black Snakes
- Eastern Brown Snakes
The sounds of kookaburra’s and cockatoos echo throughout the valley, with scenic snapshots of fighting kangaroos on sunrise to circling wedge tailed eagles on sunset, this location truly showcases the heart of the Australian Outback.
The location of the tour is hidden within the Mountainous region of Western NSW along a vast waterway system, nestled between the Lachlan & Abercrombie River. The route of our endeavour follows the valley deep into a remote pocket of bushland, it is here that our base camp will be established along a small river.
Depending on the tour arrangement (3 or 5 days) ultimately dictates the amount of walking involved per day, as a general estimation each day we will cover a distance between 7-12km, the advantage of setting a base camp means we can travel very light, enabling us to traverse through rough terrain easily.