Bourke New South Wales

Bourke New South Wales represents the edge of an agricultural and fruit picking area and the gateway to the Outback that lies north and west of Bourke. The town is located at the junction of three highways: the Kidman Way, Mitchell Highway and Kamilaroi Highway. The township’s main industries include cotton, stonefruit, citrus, irrigated wheat and wool. Bourke provides an ideal gateway for seeing the remote parts of New South Wales.

Burke New South Wales Places to visit

Back O’ Bourke Exhibition Centre, Aboriginal Arts and Crafts Centre, Mount Gundabooka, historic buildings, Fred Hollows Grave and Memorial, Cotton Gin Tours and Jandra Paddle Boat operation on the Darling River.

Fruit Picking Bourke, New South Wales

Fruit Picking Bourke; main fruit picking jobs are stone-fruit and citrus. Agriculture jobs include irrigated wheat, cotton and wool. These jobs are seasonal.

Things To See and Do

While at the Back O' Bourke you must check out the places listed below.

 Back O' Bourke Exhibition Centre.

The Centre gives visitors a look into the past lives of those that lived and worked at the Back O' Bourke

 Back O' Bourke Gallery

Situated on the banks of the Darling River 5km north of Bourke. Bourke is a developing outback tourist village and this gallery houses the studio of one of Australia’s popular outback artists, Jenny Greentree. Her art is inspired by the rich Australian outback scenery and it never ceases to impress the many visitors that pass through its doors.

Gundabooka National Park

This is the best National Park in New South Wales. It tells of a diverse cultural story, walking trails, camping facilities and rock art. It's bout 50Km south of Bourke. Call in to the National Parks office and get some local information.

Comeroo Camel Station

There is alot of things to see and do for the fisherman Comeroo offers great opportunities for yabbying and hooking an abundance of delicious yellowbelly and catfish which frequent the waterways. There are also canoe trips up the Cuttaburra Creek to where James Tyson lived in the early century. Of course there is the option of simply relaxing and soaking up the Back O' Bourke hospitality.

Bourke New South Wales

Fruit Picking Jobs

Fruit Picking Lismore. This New South Wales Town is located 40 kms inland from Byron Bay between the rainforests and the sea. Lismore offers fruit picking work all year round, some crops are lychee, avocado, apple, stone fruit and blueberry farms which provide harvest workers with employment. Speciality coffee and tea, macadamia nuts, bush tucker [...]Continue reading...

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Fruit Picking Leeton. This town is located in New South Wales and is the administrative hub of the massive Murrumbidgee Irrigation Area (MIA). Leeton is known for its historic architecture, horticulture, extensive rice farms, processing facilities, art deco buildings and plentiful, wide open parklands in the town. Fruit Picking Leeton. When to go? January to December [...]Continue reading...

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Fruit Picking Hunter Valley. This town in New South Wales is located in the Hunter River Basin some 150 kms to the North of Sydney and is also the home to a large wine industry. This wine industry attracts fruit pickers due to the amount of work in the area picking grapes. The Hunter Valley [...]Continue reading...

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Fruit Picking Hillston. This fruit picking town is located near the Lachlan River in New South Wales. It's a very productive area for picking fruit as it's on top of the Great Artesian Basin. The excellent quality artesian water has allowed orange growing to flourish. Cotton and other fruit including grapes are also produced in [...]Continue reading...

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Fruit Picking Hay this town is positioned alongside the Murrumbidgee River, Hay is located 735 kms from Sydney. It is at the intersection of three highways; the Sturt Highway, the Cobb Highway and the Western Highway. With its well renowned flat, open plains, the road to Hay is certainly an eye opener. Fruit Picking Hay. [...]Continue reading...

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