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The Tibooburra Aboriginal Reserve Camping Grounds are located on the historic Aboriginal Reserve, which is only two minutes south of town. The campground is open all year. On-site amenities include hot showers, flush toilets, and a gas barbecue. Pets and campfires are permitted on the property.

An interpretive trail leads to a historic Aboriginal burial ground, a shelter shed with tables, and interpretive signage about the indigenous culture and heritage of the Corner Country.

Drop by the Tibooburra Aboriginal Land Council to make a reservation or to pick up the key.

Other nearby attractions include:

Mount Wood Homestead is a historic site in the town of Mount Wood near Tibooburra Aboriginal Reserve Camping Grounds.

If you’ve ever been curious about what life was like for early outback settlers, this is the closest thing you’ll get to an authentic experience. Mount Wood Homestead provides self-sufficient accommodation for adventurous travellers who wish to explore the vast desert landscape of the Corner Country, located in north-west New South Wales, Australia.

 

The historic homestead, which was constructed of rubble stone and erected prior to 1890, is a site of great cultural significance. A short distance away, the Mount Wood Shearers Quarters and outdoor Pastoral Museum commemorate a bygone era of attempts to tame this wild and arid land.

Immerse yourself in the majestic beauty of the rolling red dunes and sandstone escarpments from this convenient location, which is ideal for walking, birdwatching, and car tours.

Look up, as bustards, kestrels, and wedge-tailed eagles are frequently spotted in the vast desert skies above.

**In order to ensure the safety of visitors, all camping in NSW national parks must now be pre-booked. Please plan ahead of time and avoid visiting during peak periods if you are visiting for the day (11am and 2pm). Before visiting any park, check for park alerts and COVID-19 updates on the NSW National Parks website (www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au) for more information. **

 

Dead Horse Gully is a campground in the Sierra Nevada.

In Sturt National Park, you can set up camp among the massive granite boulders, which is a sight that has to be seen to be believed at Tibooburra Aboriginal Reserve Camping Grounds.

 

This natural wonder, which is located near the town of Tibooburra, which derives its name from an Aboriginal word that means ‘a place where there are heaps of rocks,’ is surrounded by massive granite boulders that look like a pile of giant marbles. Their presence in this location has been documented for thousands of years, and the Sturt’s desert peas that grow around them provide a dramatic and beautiful backdrop for a memorable outback camping adventure.

 

In addition to free barbecues and picnic tables that are ideal for cooking up an outback feast on, Tibooburra is close by, allowing you to pick up supplies or enjoy a meal in the town.

 

**In order to ensure the safety of visitors, all camping in NSW national parks must now be pre-booked. Please plan ahead of time and avoid visiting during peak periods if you are visiting for the day (11am and 2pm). Before visiting any park, check for park alerts and COVID-19 updates on the NSW National Parks website (www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au) for more information. **

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