The Far West region of NSW encompasses the semi-arid lands of western New South Wales. It embodies the ideal of the Outback with wide open spaces, untouched natural beauty, spectacular National Parks, red desert and rolling sand dunes, the mighty Darling River, a rich indigenous culture and history and an abundance of wildlife.
The area borders Queensland and South Australia and is the most sparsely populated in the State with 18.4% of the State’s area but only 0.4 % of the population.
The lifestyle is enviable and centres around long hot summers around the river, fishing, playing cricket and socialising and then the crisp winters mean games of soccer, star gazing, bush walking and the tourist season.
With affordable real estate, laid back living and a growing and diversifying economy, the Far West is a perfect place to live and work.