Cameron Corner

Cameron Corner is at the extreme far north west of New South Wales, bound by the Queensland border to the north and the South Australian border to the west.

It is an area of diverse and beautiful landscapes divided by the rugged Barrier and Grey Ranges and bordering on the Simpson Strzelecki Deserts to the west and the Bulloo overflow in the northeast.

The drive from Tibooburra to Cameron Corner takes the visitor through a diverse landscape including the Waka Claypan, past Fort Grey which was a provisions stockade built by explorer Charles Sturt for his inland expeditions, and on to the Corner.

Along the way is the Dog Fence which, at 5,000+km, is worlds longest fence.
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