Covering 13,000-square-kilometres, the Narrabri Region is the heart of the rich Namoi Valley in North West NSW and is home to the Kamilaroi People. 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.
Hike or drive to the 1510m summit of Mount Kaputar, where you will be treated to panoramic views encompassing 10% of NSW. Experience an almighty wall of basalt organ pipes at Sawn Rocks. Go off the beaten track through the million wild acres of the Pilliga Forest. Be treated to breathtaking views at Pilliga Forest Lookout Tower. Discover the cultural delight of the Sculptures of the Scrub, while taking in the sights of Dandry Gorge. Soak away your aches and pains in the 37-degree mineral-rich water of the Pilliga Artesian Bore Bath.
The Newell and Kamilaroi Highways run through the Narrabri Region, bringing people from all compass points. For those travelling from further afield, the region is also serviced by planes and trains. Accommodation is plentiful and of excellent standard, including motels, caravan parks, B&B’s, campgrounds and farm stays.
There is something for everyone in the Narrabri Region. Whether you are looking for an adventure or a little bit of relaxation, treat yourself with a unique holiday that will satisfy whatever you’re craving.