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Tibooburra is a village in the far northwest of New South Wales, Australia, 1,187 kilometres (738 mi) from the state capital, Sydney. It is most frequently visited by tourists on their way to national parks in the area. At the 2006 census, Tibooburra had a population of 161. Although facilities in Tibooburra are quite limited, fuel, meals and a range of accommodation options are available. All significant support services (medical, dental, hospital, retail, mechanical, commercial) are based in Broken Hill.
New South Wales National Parks and Wildlife Service have a Tourist Information Centre in the township. There is also a Police Station.
The camping ground is located at the historic Aboriginal Reserve located two minutes south of town. There are hot showers, septic toilets and a gas barbecue. Pets and campfires are permitted.
There is a walking track to an historic Aboriginal burial ground, shelter shed with tables and interpretive signage regarding the Aboriginal culture and heritage of the Corner Country.
Drop into the Tibooburra Aboriginal Land Council to book or to collect the key.
The Tibooburra Hotel combines old world atmosphere with the personal care that modern day travelers expect.
The hotel has twelve very clean and comfortable rooms, each with different bed configurations. All rooms have air-conditioning.
Room guests have access to tea and coffee making facilities in the guest/television lounge.