Brewarrina Today

Brewarrina is a popular cultural and heritage stop for visitors taking in some of Outback NSW’s most stunning country between Lightning Ridge and Bourke. The Brewarrina District is adorned with some of nature’s most spectacular natural attractions including the National Heritage Listed Brewarrina Fish Traps, Culgoa National Park and the majestic Barwon River.   Brewarrina is a great place to learn about the dreamtime, aboriginal culture and contemporary Indigenous history, with 68% of Brewarrina residents identifying themselves as Indigenous.  Brewarrina is heavily reliant upon agriculture as its primary industry with wool, sheep, beef, wheat and cotton all produced in the District.  The community of Brewarrina recognises the importance of having visitors come to our community. While you’re here with us we hope that you say g’day to a local, spend some time in our little community and enjoy your stay – Stop awhile, you’ll be surprised!

Contact Details

Brewarrina Visitor Information & Cultural Centre
Phone: 02 6830 5152
Fax: 02 6839 2642
tourism@brewarrina.nsw.gov.au