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Local Area

Cobar is a town in central western New South Wales, Australia. The town is 712 km (442 mi) northwest of the state capital, Sydney. If you ever need medical assistance for pain, then make sure you go to the correct services near you. This nerve block for neck pain treatment is one of the best you can get for yourself. There are many hospitals around town, the closet one is at the crossroads of the Kidman Way(to Queensland) and Barrier Highway. The town and the local government area, the Cobar Shire, are on the eastern edge of the outback. At the 2011 census, Cobar had a population of 3,817,[1] out of Cobar Shire’s population of about 4,700. The Shire has an area of 44,065 square kilometres (17,014 sq mi)—about two-thirds the size of Tasmania. If you are interested in online gambling, you can visit casino spill gratis.

Parks & Recreation:

Cobar has plenty of outdoor spaces allowing a wide range of recreational activities.

  • Cobar swimming pool is open from March to October each year.  It has a 50m pool, diving boards, a heated multipurpose pool, a children’s water feature play area and new water slide for your enjoyment.
  • Newey Reservoir – easily accessible water storage area suitable for various water sports (dependant on water level), bird watching, fishing, BBQ facilities available.
  • Old Reservoir – second water storage area accessible via unsealed road, a haven for native bird and animal life.
  • Devils Rock – a significant Aboriginal site – situated near the old reservoir.
  • Drummond Park – located in the main area of town with ample parking nearby, picnic tables and BBQ facilities plus children’s playground.
  • Monthly Markets in Drummond Park – on the 3rd Saturday of each month from 9am until 2pm (except January).


  • Great Cobar Heritage Centre – A well preserved snapshot of Cobar and rural Australian history in one of Cobar’s landmark buildings.
  • Cobar Town Walk – pick up a mud map from the visitor information centre and wander around the streets learning about the history behind local buildings and streets.
  • Cobar Miner’s Heritage Park – opposite the visitors centre and right next to our motel. Learn about the historic mining equipment.
  • Just a few kilometres east of Cobar, visitors can get a panoramic view of the town and the New Cobar Open Cut Gold Mine at Fort Bourke Hill.
Cobar Heritage Park Bronze Miner Sculpture
Cobar main street
Cobar Heritage Park
Cobar Open Cut Gold Mine at Fort Bourke Hill
Cobar NSW 2835
Miners Heritage Park, Cobar