Locals and visitors to Broken Hill are invited to the grand opening on Friday, October 28, of ‘Out of the Ordinary Outback’ which promises a major boost to the tourism industry of the NSW outback.
Out of the Ordinary Outback is a new brand for a tourism company encompassing a multi-award-winning tour business and four, iconic outback hotels and it’s also the name of a new outback tourism information centre which will officially open its doors to the public at 422 Argent St, Broken Hill, on October 28, 2016.
Launching in the wake of drenching rains which have ended the local drought, safeguarded local water supply and sparked one of the most spectacular display of wildflowers in years, Out of the Ordinary Outback promises to breathe fresh, new life into the outback experience for visitors exploring far western NSW and the nearby, ancient landscapes of South Australia and south-west Queensland.
The Out of the Ordinary Outback centre will be home to Tri State Safaris, which has successfully offered 1 to 12-day 4WD tours across the region since 1992, showcasing authentic outback experiences to growing numbers of local and overseas visitors.
Out of the Ordinary Outback is also the brand umbrella for the world-famous White Cliffs Underground Motel, Wilcannia’s growing Warrawong on the Darling accommodation camp, Cobar’s Copper City Motel and the Ivanhoe Hotel Motel. Out of the Ordinary Outback is owned by passionate bush lover, Scott Smith, who owns the four tourism properties and bought Tri State Safaris this year with exciting visions for the role the new brand and Broken Hill centre can play in the evolution and growth of outback tourism in NSW.
Free launch party of Out of the Ordinary Outback
Where: New Out of the Ordinary Outback Centre, 422 Argent St, Broken Hill
When: 11am – 2pm, Friday, October 28, 2016
Why: Free BBQ, beverages, information bags, giveaways, didgeridoo demonstrating, entertainment and vouchers offering a 20 a per cent discount on any of Tri State Safari’s 14 outback tours. Also meet colourful, outback characters and cricket legend, Mike Whitney, and his Sydney Weekender TV crew covering the event.
Who: Public and media invited
Details: Out of the Ordinary Outback – 1300 688 225