4 Day Corner Country Tour

Without doubt, this is our most popular short tour! Taking in the underground lifestyle of White Cliffs opal fields and the stunning colours and landscapes of the NSW Corner Country – you won’t be disappointed!!


  • Stay in the famous Underground Motel at White Cliffs 
  • ‘Noodle’ for opal in the working fields 
  • Visit Cameron Corner where the 3 states meet
  • Check out the Dingo Fence and the Corner Post
  • Explore the stunning landscapes of Sturt National Park
  • Marvel at the breathtaking view from the remote Jump Ups
  • Meet the characters who call Tibooburra home
  • Explore historic Milparinka
  • Endless opportunities to see abundant bird and wildlife

This is the real Australian Outback, where you will meet the intriguing characters that call this land home! Be amazed at the stunning contrast of colours, the endless blue horizons, piercing red sand dunes, rugged rocky escarpments and at times, carpets of colourful wildflowers. This is the NSW Corner Country!! The secrets of this spectacular area are being uncovered rapidly, so make sure you don’t misss out.

Join us on a journey of discovery into this beautiful country. Staying underground in White Cliffs is an experience you will never forget, along with the opportunity to meet the people who live and work in this quirky outback town. Take the opportunity to visit three states at once – and more to the point three different time zones during daylight savings – at Cameron Corner. The perfect place to capture stunning outback images with the Dingo Fence rolling over red sand dunes, you will find the photo opportunities are endless!  

Oh, and did I mention the wildlife…….Sturt National Park is the home of the big red kangarooo, and on most visits they are in prolific numbers. Depending on seasonal changes the area can abound in not only roos and emus, but it is a haven for various lizards and birds. At times the flocks of budgies, galahs, corellas or cockateils cloud the sky with their wings – the opportunities for spotting birds and wildlife are endless. You may even be lucky enough to get a good look at Australia’s largest bird of prey – the majestic Wedge Tail Eagle.

With two nights staying in Tibooburra, you will enjoy just sitting on the verandah of the Family Hotel and ‘watching the town go by’. As the most remote town in NSW and without doubt the capital of the Corner Country, this is a town oozing with characters and stories – take the time to have a drink at one of the hotels and chat to the locals – their stories are always fascinating!

Price:Valid 1 April 2017 to 31 March 2018:

Passengers:               Single fare:  $2,250pp                 Twin share:  $2,020pp              Triple share:  $1,950pp Senior Concession:  Single fare:  $2,138pp                 Twin share:  $1,919pp              Triple share:  $1,852pp Tag-alongs:                Single fare:  $1,275pp                 Twin share:  $1,070pp              Triple share:  $1,020pp

Children: (5-13 years) are half the adult twin share price when sharing family room

Please note: ‘Tag-alongs’ refer to participants who wish to travel in their own vehicle – as in all our tours, Tag-along participants get all the same inclusions as our passengers – including accommodation, meals, tours, entry fees etc – only available once we have a confirmed departure

Departs:2017:  19 Sept, 10 & 31 Oct, 21 Nov, 5 Dec 2018: 23 Jan, 20 Feb, 13 Mar

All scheduled departure dates for this tour require a minimum of 2 adult passengers to become a confirmed departure.


All meals as indicated in itinerary, 3 nights accommodation, entry fees, transfers from your Broken Hill accommodation, travel in our fully equipped air-conditioned 4WD vehicles.

If you are joining us on an outback holiday and would like further information about Broken Hill accommodation venues that we recommend or what the Broken Hill weather should be like during your visit please click on our Links page or our FAQ page.

For more great ideas on things to do and places to go in the Australian Outback, check out the Tourism NSW and Tourism Australia websites.