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Far West

The Far West is the north western Outback part of New South Wales, Australia. The area is large and the population small: much of the area is arid land. There are a number of towns and villages in the Far West: Summers are blazing hot and dry, and if the sun doesn't get you, the flies will!
Broken Hill is a historic mining city in the Far West of the Australian state of New South Wales.
Lightning Ridge is an interesting and unique opal mining town in the north-western corner of the Australian state of New South Wales.
Wilcannia is a small town in the Far West region of the Australian state of New South Wales, some 974 km from the capital Sydney.
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Mungo National Park is an Outback park located in the southern Far West region of New South Wales.
White Cliffs is a small opal mining town in the Far West region of the Australian state of New South Wales.
Cobar is a town in Far West. If you're coming from the NSW seaboard, the most direct way of getting to Cobar is via Dubbo, Nyngan, and the Barrier Highway.
Bourke is a city in Far West New South Wales. Back of Bourke is Australian slang for the middle of nowhere.
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