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Local Villages

Surrounding Wee Waa are a few little villages. They are about 50kms away and well worth a visit, as they have their own style and very different in each community. Strong, resilient communities that have survived the test of time.

The one thing they have in common is they each have hot bore baths. The water comes from the Great Artesian Basin and is approximately two million years old. Bore depth is logged at 689.8m (2262ft) and natural pressure sends the water to the surface through an artesian bore and it maintains a constant temperature of approx 41.5 degrees Celsius.


-  59.1 km from Wee Waa going south west towards Coonamble.  A path frequented by people heading to Adelaide. Known for its bore baths, pub and the Pilliga Cafe, recently done up and a great spot to have a feed.  The Pub is a well known local drinking spot and home to the famous Pilliga Cricket Club and Fishing Club.  Why not take a detour or visit this little community. To view the bore and the sites of Pilliga Click Here.

Pilliga Hotel - Opening Hours - "Pub in the Scrub" Monday to Friday 3pm, Saturday and Sunday 12 noon.  Everyone Welcome and don't miss the meat raffles every Friday night starting at 7.30pm.

Pilliga Cafe - Opening Hours - Monday to Friday 8am to 7pm, Saturday 9am to 5.30pm and Sunday 9am to 3pm.  Telephone 67964427

Burren Junction

- 51.2 km from Wee Waa going west towards Walgett and Lightening Ridge.  It has a pub and a sporting and RSL Club cabin accommodation is available at the pub with powered sites as well.  Camping is also available at the Burren Bore baths. Burren also has a community pool and the Burren Fishing Club.  In 2006 the first Australian recorded sighting of a Grey Headed Lapwing was made at Burren Junction, this migratory bird native to Eurasia was observed by passing birdwatchers in a field near the silos.Click here to visit the Junction City Hotel where you will find more information on Burren Junction