Bourke’s National Parks a huge attraction
Main photo: bridge over the western floodplain walking track on Toorale National Park. Bottom l-r: Ancient Aboriginal paintings at Gundabooka National Park; Gundabooka NP & SCA visitor map; ancient Aboriginal rock art at Muareenya Creek, Gundabooka National Park. PHOTOS SUPPLIED
National Parks around Bourke are becoming a huge attraction for visitors following the relaxation of travel restrictions within NSW.
The local Area Manager of National Parks and Wildlife Service, Melissa Hams says that there were 175 campers online camping bookings at local parks between Monday night and 9th July, with more expected.
The bookings relate to camping at the Culgoa Campground at Culgoa National Park, the Darling River Campground on Toorale National Park, Yanda Campground on Gundabooka State Conservation Area, and Dry Tank Campground on Gundabooka National Park.
On top of this, all hard-roofed accommodation has been booked out until September this year.
Accommodation includes the Redbank Homestead that sleeps 12 and is beautifully located on the banks of the majestic Darling River.
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