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Discover the Narrabri Region’s Big Sky country

Discover the Narrabri Region’s Big Sky country

In partnership with Narrabri Region.

Covering 13,000-square-kilometres, the Narrabri Region is the heart of the rich Namoi Valley in north-west New South Wales.

The region boasts three major towns: Narrabri, Wee Waa and Boggabri, with several smaller villages scattered throughout. Renowned for the production of some of the world’s highest quality wheat, cotton, fat lambs and beef, and home to several research facilities, the Narrabri Region is truly an agricultural wonderland.

One glimpse of a clear night sky will leave you with no doubts as to why this region is known as Big Sky country. Nestled at the base of the Nandewar Ranges, the Narrabri Region is an explorer’s paradise with an abundance of national parks, walking tracks, unique wildlife and secluded waterways. All this is joined by a wealth of excellent tourist attractions sure to keep you entertained for days.

Mount Kaputar National Park

When visiting Mount Kaputar National Park, you will feel on top of the world, with the 1512-metre summit providing views over 10 per cent of New South Wales. The multitude of walks and lookouts available throughout the national park will satisfy walkers of all fitness levels. At Sawn Rocks, experience an almighty wall of organ pipes, with the towering 40-metre-high pillars undoubtedly the most iconic reminder of Mount Kaputar’s volcanic past.

Pilliga Forest

The mysteries of the Pilliga Forest will keep you enthralled as you search for the elusive yowie along the many crisscrossed red dirt roads. The Sculptures in the Scrub and the sandstone caves within the forest allow you to delve into the culture and history of the Kamilaroi People. Yearning for something with a slower pace? Relax in the indulgent 37-degree mineral-rich water of Pilliga Artesian Bore Bath, located on the edge of the forest.

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Pictured: Pilliga Forest sandstone caves.

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