Latest Touring Route!


shout rightWith Broken Hill as your base, the NEW Watershed Loop connects the Darling River to the Corner Country.

Discover the beauty & history of the Barmah-Millewa Forest and Murray River along the Timber Cutters Run.

Drive to Cameron Corner via the Wild Dog Fence

Driving Broken Hill to Cameron Corner

Leaving Broken Hill head out to historic Silverton to take in the many attractions. Enjoy lunch at one of several business houses before taking the road northwards across the Mundi Mundi Plain, heading for an overnight stay at Pine View adjacent to the Wild Dog Fence.

Sturt's waterhole on Flood's Creek is located on Pine View.

The journey continues northwards across the sand dunes of the Simpson-Strzelecki dune-fields before turning eastward after Smithville.   Well signposted along this road (which leads to Milparinka) is the turn-off to the north which goes through to Waka where it meets the road from Tibooburra to Cameron Corner.

Spend a night in Cameron Corner before heading back to Tibooburra and Milparinka, or continue westward to the Strzelecki Track.

Points of interest along this route include...

  • The historic village of Silverton

  • The Rugged Barrier Ranges

  • Many ephemeral creeks

  • The Wild Dog Fence

  • Flood's Creek Campsite

  • Sandhills, salt lake and pine forest

  • Cameron Corner where three states meet.

Cameron Corner Touring

Having reached Cameron Corner, where to now?


Some may be heading further inland or over to Tibooburra (no visit to the Corner is complete without a visiting Tibooburra). Either way, take a break at the Cameron Corner Store (Food, Drink, and Accommodation)

If heading back to Tibooburra, there are some great option regarding getting there and some other touring routes through Sturt National Park, so check out The Corner Explorer touring options.


Eldee Station, Silverton, Broken Hill, Outback NSW, AustraliaMulti-award winning Eldee Station is the only working sheep and cattle station and farm stay welcoming tourists in the Mundi Mundi Plains/Barrier Ranges region in Outback NSW. Hosted by 4th generation farmers and passionate environmental advocates, Naomi & Stephen Schmidt, this historic property features some of the most spectacular landscapes in Australia and has been featured in commercials and movies worldwide.