Go ‘out the back’ for your next event or meeting – that’s the message from one of the biggest tourism businesses in far west NSW – Out of the Ordinary Outback – with the launch of a new program to attract more social and corporate events to its flagship properties in outback NSW.
Discounted package rates have been released for functions, meetings and conferences for up to 300 people.
Out of the Ordinary Outback owner, Scott Smith, encourages companies, groups and clubs to support remote, regional areas like outback NSW by holding events, meetings or team-bonding programs in the area, with the flow-on effect benefitting the wider community.
“We offer unique, first-rate locations for events and conferences – underground or surrounded by the rugged outback – so not only will guests and delegates enjoy special and enriching experiences, they will also be helping to support the economy in the local community,” Mr Smith said. “Hosting events in the outback also helps builds strong teams and netwoks within businesses, clubs or groups who use our venues for events.”
Activities that can be organised for groups include four-wheel-drive adventures, campfire meals, hikes, indigenous art tours, native cooking or photography classes, space observatory experiences, visits to outback pubs and opal mines and talks by local indigenous identities.
MICE venues include the new Broken Hill Outback Resort and its luxury spa studios overlooking the desert, the famous White Cliffs Underground Motel and Copper City Hotel/Motel in Cobar which will reopen its function and hotel facilities by mid-2020 with a new look.
IMAGE: White Cliffs Underground Motel