Enjoy family and friend time at Warrawong on the Darling, offering bikes, kayaks and heaps of interesting things to see and do around the area.
There are some great deals on offer
Kids stay free caravan and camping sites for January – February stays.
Friday – Sunday Cabin stays, receive a free cooked breakfast.
Outback holiday retreat, Warrawong on the Darling, in outback NSW, has introduced a range of new experiences such as cycling, kayaking and hearty meals to help guests enjoy and explore the nearby billabong and surrounding desert on the outskirts of Wilcannia in the far west of NSW.
Out of the Ordinary Outback, which owns seven properties in far west NSW, including Warrawong on the Darling, is also offering savings, bonus meals and free nights at the cabin, caravan and camping park, nestled by the Darling River and surrounded by the sand dunes, far horizons, rugged open spaces and big skies that make the uncrowded region of outback NSW perfect so alluring and inspiring.
Easily accessed by sealed highways ideal for roadtrips, the sleepy and remote heritage hamlet of Wilcannia, 947km west of Sydney, 840km north of Melbourne, 714km east of Adelaide and 197km east of Broken Hill, was the largest inland port in Australia during the great riverboat era of the mid-19th century.
Snuggled by a classic, desert billabong that would fit perfectly into Banjo Paterson’s famous poem and song, ‘Waltzing Matilda’, and fringing a tranquil and wild stretch of the redgum-lined Darling River, Warrawong on the Darling is a sprawling 688-hectare sanctuary offering 21 deluxe, self-contained cabins, 44 sites for caravans and tents, a camp kitchen, hot showers and toilets and scenic bushwalking and car trails. The park is perfect for seeing wildlife, a variety of birds, fishing and watching stunning sunsets while huddled around campfires.
* To enhance the experience at Warrawong on the Darling, Out of the Ordinary Outback has introduced bikes for adults and kids to hire at $10 an hour to follow riverside trails or ride to Wilcannia 3km away, and also kayaks to paddle on the river for $20 an hour. Yabbie traps are also now available to rent to catch yabbies in the lagoon and cook up in the camp kitchen or on a barbecue. Casual but hearty outback dinners are also now available from $20 every day as well as breakfast and egg rolls for $10 to accompany the sunrise over the far-stretching plains.
At dusk each day, guests at are invited to meet for happy hour nibbles provided free by the camp. Fruit from the park’s own orchard is now also available for sale, including juicy organic oranges, tangelos, mandarins, figs, pears, peaches and plums.
* Discounted and free nights
Stay in one of the deluxe cabins at Warrawong on the Darling on a Friday, Saturday or Sunday night until the end of summer on February 28, 2023, and receive a free cooked breakfast on each day. Cabins are available from $165 for two people or $145 for a solo stay.
Out of the Ordinary Outback is offering caravanners and campers at Warrawong on the Darling the offer to stay four-nights but just pay for three with the fourth night free. Just pay for three. Valid to the end of March, 2023. Powered sites are available from $40 a night.
A 10 per cent discount is also available for cabin guests at Warrawong on the Darling who also stay at another of Out of the Ordinary Outback’s properties in the region during an outback roadtrip. Including the discount, cabins at Warrawong on the Darling are available from $148.50 a night, for two people.
No booking deadlines required on these offers.
Call 1300 679 688 or check out other offers under the Out of the Ordinary Outback Group www.outoftheordinaryoutback.com.au
Out of the Ordinary Outback owns seven properties in far west NSW – Broken Hill Outback Resort as well as The Argent Motel and The Tourist Lodge – both in Broken Hill, and the Copper City Motel/Hotel in Cobar, Warrawong on the Darling at Wilcannia, the Ivanhoe Hotel Motel and the famous White Cliffs Underground Motel. www.outoftheordinaryoutback.com.au