The Kamilaroi – a Highway, a People

Contact : Liverpool Plains Visitor Information Centre

Address : King George V Park, New England Highway, Willow Tree NSW 2339

Phone : 02 6747 1226

Email : info@visitquirindi.com.au

The Kamilaroi Highway, the only Highway with an Aboriginal name in Australia, starts just north of Willow Tree and takes you for 600km from the Great Divide to the Great Outback, from Willow Tree to Bourke. The Kamilaroi People are the traditional owners of this land that goes through the Liverpool Plains, Gunnedah, Narrabri, Walgett, Brewarrina to Bourke. Willow Tree is the beginning of the journey of the Kamilaroi. Their story is written on beautifully framed story board lining a path in front of the Liverpool Plains Visitor Information Centre.

 

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Facilities : Public Toilets, Baby Change Table, Coffee Shop, Information Centre; pram and wheel-chair accessible

Children allowed : Yes

Cost : Free