Welcome to the Paddock
Welcome to The Long Paddock – Cobb Highway Touring Route which follows The Cobb Highway (named for the famous coach company) from Echuca Moama on the Victorian border, through to Wilcannia leading to the iconic outback towns of Bourke, Broken Hill & White Cliffs.
The inaugural Long Paddock Cattle Drive will be held in May 2015. Over 2 days, guests will drove a mob of cattle, experiencing the life of the drover first hand. The Long Paddock Cattle Drive is the only drive of its type in NSW, using a working stock route, real drovers and the vast Hay Plains.
All you need to know about the touring route is right here. We have ELEVEN major public artworks making the touring route the largest art gallery in the world. We have 47 information panels all the way along the route that tell our stories .
NEW! Download the Long Paddock App. The App has five audio tours that will take you on a journey through the history of the area up to present day. It has all the information you need to enjoy your trip. Just click the icons below.
As you cross the Darling, Lachlan, Edward, Murrumbidgee or Murray rivers, take the time to throw a line in or go for a paddle. A wealth of wildlife and majestic scenery welcomes you at every stop.
The Long Paddock is an easy touring route that can take you north or south without the traffic.
Long Paddock News
And the bush hath friends to meet him, and their kindly voices greet him In the murmur of the breezes and the river on its bars, And he sees the vision splendid of the sunlit plains extended, And at night the wondrous glory of the everlasting stars. For generations, poets, writers and tourists have dreamed of joining Clancy of the Overflow out on his "sunlight plains". Now The Long Paddock is making this a reality for those willing to take on the life of the drover. In May 2015, over the course of two weekends, 20 guests will ... Read More
Where to eat, stay, and play on The Long Paddock
General Information: Deniliquin is located 285 kilometers north of Melbourne on ... Read More