Aboriginal Reserve Walk

Tibooburra Local Aboriginal Land Council manages the Aboriginal reserve located at the end of Burgess Street, Tibooburra. Bush style camping is available on the reserve. Fees apply.

A walk within the reserve takes in the local landscape and historic Aboriginal graves. The main campground has covered picnic tables and amenities.

Call: 08 8091 3435
Email: [email protected]

National Parks and wildlife service

Click the link below to see parks information under Accommodation & Camping and links to NPWS websites.

  • Visitor Centre
  • Courthouse Museum
  • Sturt National Park
  • Narriearra Caryapundy Swamp National Park
  • Bush walks and trail hikes
  • Golden Gully
  • Mount Wood & the Gorge Loop Road
  • Olive Downs & Jump Up Loop Road
  • Fort Grey & Cameron Corner

For more information contact National Parks & Wildlife Service
Office + Visitor Centre + Courthouse Museum
Sturt National Park + Narriearra Caryapundy Swamp National Park

51 Briscoe Street, Tibooburra
Call: 08 8091 3308

Wild Deserts

A conservation partnership between University of New South Wales, Ecological Horizons and the National Parks and Wildlife Service. These organisations are undertaking a long-term project to reintroduce local species, formerly extinct in the region. This ambitious group project is turning the clock back on native animal extinctions and the landscape and creatures are thriving.

Located in the far northwest corner of New South Wales. Check out the information bay at Fort Grey campground in Sturt National Park. A must-see on your way to Cameron Corner.


Sturts Steps Touring Route

Follow the approximated path taken by the first European explorers to enter these remote lands. In 1844 Captain Charles Sturt and his exploration party departed Adelaide seeking pastoral country and an inland sea in untraversed country to the north. Today, thanks to the committed efforts of locals, supported by government organisations, travellers can explore these remote places to glimpse where history and the present meet.

It’s a long and remote trip and well worth the visit. Sound preparation and planning are just as important for today’s modern explorers. To plan your trip, follow the link…

Sturt’s Steps interpretive museum coming soon to Tibooburra! Watch this space!


tibooburra common

Established in late 1800s the common surrounds the small township of Tibooburra. This allotment was set aside for use by residents to spell their horses or keep a milking cow or goats. The common is still used by residents this way today. Locals and visitors also like to explore here and fossick for gold. Relics of Aboriginals and prospectors of days gone past can also be found when exploring. Please take only photographs and leave only footprints. And prospectors, please fill in your holes.

  • Camping is not permitted on the common
  • Permits are required for fossicking and are available from all businesses and hotels in Tibooburra at $10 per month or $50 for an annual permit
  • Common Rangers run regular patrols so be sure to carry your current permit

sunset hill lookout

Just a couple of kilometres north of Tibooburra township, Sunset Hill lookout is a great spot to take in the dawn or sunset. Make use of the free telescope situated here. Take in the vastness of the landscape. Gaze at the infinite blue sky or watch a storm roll in. Take a picnic hamper & maybe some champagne! Enjoy. Follow the signs north on the Silver City Highway aka the Warri Gate Road. The turn off is to the east. You can’t miss it.

Corner Drive In

Established in the mid 1970s by the local Parents & Children’s Association, this drive-in is one of few open-air theatres still operating in Australia.

Films shown on occasion. Check local notices for planned show times or ask a local. The venue may be booked for groups. Contact Tibooburra Outback Public School.

Call: 08 8091 3317

tibooburra sports club

Formed in the mid 1950s by a group of people who formed a Trust to hold land for sporting and recreational purposes for use by citizens and visitors alike. The Tibooburra Sports Club Inc holds its two-day annual Gymkhana / Rodeo on the NSW Labour Day long weekend.

Come along and watch the fun or sign up for a steer ride.

New Years Eve celebrations are held here too. A bikekhana and mini rodeo precede an evening of music, dancing and fireworks to ring in the new year.

Money raised from these events goes back into the club and community.


Pioneer Park

Located at the northern end of Briscoe Street, Pioneer Park hosts a collection of pastoral machinery and relics with signs explaining their origins and uses. Most interesting! The park also has free BBQs under a covered rotunda. This park is maintained by the Tibooburra & District Progress Association.

Keeping Place Museum

Tibooburra Local Aboriginal Land Council has a Keeping Place that displays traditional indigenous artefacts of the local district. Opened in 2001 this museum showcases Aboriginal stone and wooden tools once made and used in this area. The archive collection also includes photographic records taken of the area.

Entry by gold coin donation.

1 Briscoe Street, Tibooburra
Call: 08 8091 3435
Email: [email protected]

Church of the Corner

Established in 1963 by the Australian Inland Mission to minister to district residents and visitors regardless of their denomination. Church services held by the Catholic Church, Church of England and the Flying Padre of the Uniting Church.

Christenings, weddings & funerals aka hatches, matches & dispatches held here.

34 Sturt Street, Tibooburra
Call Mrs Gilby: 08 8091 3330

Tibooburra Cemetery

Located on the southeast outskirts of town. Oldest graves marked by mulga stumps or iron grave marker stakes. Ornate headstones and handmade stamped metal plates commemorate loved ones and friends who have passed. A peaceful spot to visit and pay respects to those who were here before us.