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Save 10 per cent on accommodation in Broken Hill – Book by October 31, 2019  –  Plus low tour solo supplement of 10%

Outback explorers who book a new, two-day outback snapshot tour in far western NSW will receive a 10 per cent saving on accommodation in Broken Hill.

Tri State Tours – owned by outback NSW tourism company, Out of the Ordinary Outback – is now offering a one-night, on-demand ‘Opal and Art Tour’ from Broken Hill, taking in the quirky, underground opal mining hamlet of White Cliffs and some of Australia’s best Aboriginal rock art sites in a restricted access area only accessible with accredited tour guides like those from Tri State Safaris.

The 4WD tour takes guests from Broken Hill to the remote mining opal community of White Cliffs with its underground houses, lunar-like landscape of mines and eccentric outback characters. Guests can try fossicking for opals themselves before spending the night in the famous White Cliffs Underground Motel – also owned by Out of the Ordinary Outback. Boasting 30 rock-hewn rooms, the subterranean motel is the largest underground accommodation in Australia.

The next day, the tour traces red dirt outback roads to a salt lake for morning tea and then to a privately owned site boasting exceptional Aboriginal rock engravings. Tri State Safaris offers special access to this ancient site which showcases depictions of Dreamtime stories, animals and traditional teachings.

The tour then returns to Broken Hill.

The two-day/one-night tour includes accommodation and four meals and is available for $760 per person, twin-share, or $840 for solo travellers. A five per cent seniors concession discount is also available.

Those who book the tour will receive a special 10 per cent discount on accommodation at Out of the Ordinary Outback’s three properties in Broken Hill – The Argent Motel, the Tourist Lodge and the new Broken Hill Outback Resort. Nestled just outside Broken Hill, the resort offers king spa apartments overlooking the desert as well as camping and van sites and a restaurant inside a restored, historic pub.

The 10 per accommodation saving is available if the two-day tour is booked by October 31, 2019. Tours depart on demand for a minimum of four people.

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