Brewarrina or ‘Bre’ as it is affectionally known by the locals, is located 765 km via Narromine and Nyngan, and 797 km from Sydney via Dubbo and the Castlereagh Highway. Nestled on the banks of the Barwon-Darling River, with 68% of the local population being Indigenous, it is renowned for ancient and modern fishing.
Test your luck out on the water fishing and take a tour of the complex stone fish traps. The traps themselves are over 40,000 years old and one of the oldest man-made structures on earth! Water recreation activities like canoeing, boating, and water-skiing are popular among locals and tourists.
The small community of 1651 residents is friendly and tight-knit. Rich in Aboriginal culture you will find many points of interest when exploring the local heritage trails along with unique museums that will leave a lasting impression. There are three schools in Brewarrina, a preschool, and TAFE. The RSL and Muddy Waters Café are both popular haunts for locals and travelers alike.