In 2013, Scott Smith launched Out of the Ordinary Outback (OOTOO). OOTOO offers quality accommodation and experiences across the Far West of NSW.
To celebrate the growth of their operation and their decade-long contribution to our region’s tourism sector, they are marking this 10-year milestone by offering 10 per cent off accommodation bookings across all seven of their properties from now until March 31.
The company’s Marketing Manager, Janine Gowenlock says the Far West “boasts rugged, close-to-home desert scapes, sprawling sand dunes, far horizons, sweeping open spaces, big skies, colourful characters and a lack of crowds.”
“Since the launch 10 years ago, tens of thousands of adventure-seeking travellers and road-trippers have stayed at one of our seven properties, if not more,” said Ms Gowenlock.
“Most people know about Broken Hill Outback Resort, nestled among dunes 13km west of Broken Hill, and our famous White Cliffs Underground Motel – the largest underground motel in the world, but there’s also The Argent Motel, and The Tourist Lodge – both in Broken Hill, and the Copper City Motel/Hotel in Cobar, the Warrawong on the Darling outback retreat, which is nestled by a billabong in Wilcannia, and the Ivanhoe Hotel/Motel in the mix of our quality accommodation options across the region,” said Ms Gowenlock.
To celebrate Out of the Ordinary Outback’s 10th anniversary, here’s your chance to claim a 10 per cent discount by saying “Happy 10th Birthday” when you call 1300 679 688 or jump online to book at www.outoftheordinaryoutback.com.au