Packsaddle Roadhouse, Outback NSW

Best hamburgers in the bush. Don't go past without one.

The Packsaddle Roadhouse is located adjacent to the Silver City Highway, 175 km north of Broken Hill, and is home for Mia and Arnie Degumois and family. It provides a welcome stopping place for travellers to the Corner Country and beyond.

Packsaddle is an old name in the Corner Country. Nearby is the Packsaddle Creek, and surrounding the roadhouse is Packsaddle Station, part of an earlier large property owned by the Goldborough Mort and Co in the 1890s, and Kidman in the 1920s.

Accommodation

Packsaddle Roadhouse Accommodation

  • Motel Style Accommodation
  • Packsaddle Roadhouse has established a series of motel style rooms set amongst bush gardens.
  • Rooms feature air-conditioning, .television and tea and coffee making facilities.
  • Prices start from only $30.00 per night.

Getting To

Packsaddle Roadhouse Location:

Getting to Packsaddle Roadhouse:

  • The Packsaddle Roadhouse is located alongside the Silver City Highway 175 kilometres north of Broken Hill.
  • It is just a few hundred metres south of the Packsaddle Creek. A rest area is located on the rise just north of the creek.

Driving to Packsaddle

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There are many different routes that can be taken when driving from any of the capital cities to Packsaddle; there are highway routes and adventure routes along the 'road less travelled' via sealed and unsealed roads..

As a general overview:

From Brisbane:

Warrego Hwy <> Newell Highway <> Darling River Run <> White Cliffs Road <> Kayrunnera-White Cliffs Rd (Unsealed): Distance = 1,495km approx

From Sydney:

Castlereagh Highway > Golden Highway <> Mitchell Highway <> Barrier Highway <> White Cliffs Road <> Kayrunnera-White Cliffs Rd (Unsealed): Distance = 1,195km approx

From Melbourne:

Calder Highway <> Silver City Highway: Distance = 1,133km aprox

From Adelaide:

Barrier Highway <> Silver City Highway: Distance = 712km approx

 

See & Do

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More About Our Place

Packsaddle Roadhouse (cont)

Packsaddle is an old name in the Corner Country. Nearby is the Packsaddle Creek, and surrounding the roadhouse is Packsaddle Station, part of an earlier large property owned by the Goldborough Mort and Co in the 1890s, and Kidman in the 1920s.

During the days of coach and camel transport, a horse exchange and hotel was located and named Packsaddle Hotel.

Today the Packsaddle Roadhouse maintains its connections with the pastoral heritage with a well appointed dining room displaying museum pieces from a bygone era.

Packsaddle Roadhouse can cater for groups of up to 400, features a dining area decorated with memorabilia from the wool industry.

The services at the Roadhouse include:

  • Liquor license
  • Take away meals or dine in
  • Drinks and sweets
  • Tea and coffee
  • Fuel
  • Minor mechanical repairs
  • Puncture repairs
  • Gas bottle refills
  • Caravan and camping facilities
  • Travel advice
  • Internet connection

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Map & Contact Us

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Contact Packsaddle Roadhouse

Ph: 08 80912539

Packsaddle Roadhouse Website

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Outback NSW Road Alerts

This traffic region is bounded by Broken Hill and the South Australian border to the west to Mudgee and the Blue Mountains in the east. This region extends as far north as Tibooburra and the Queensland border and as far south as Cowra and Marsden. The region includes the towns of Dubbo, Parkes and Bourke. There are currently 4 hazards in this region.

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