Pilliga Township & Bore Bath

Pilliga Bore Bath

A day visit to the Pilliga Bore Baths, 2km east of Pilliga, is free. The bore baths have a constant temperature of 37 degrees. A roof covers the area and lights are on for night time bathing. The bore baths are closed 9am-11am on Fridays for cleaning.

Basic toilet block, shelters and free barbecue. BYO drinking water.

Camping costs approximately $5 per night per person. Book on line or at Narrabri Visitor Information Centre

Primitive Campground

Arty, an old sax player, bathes most mornings. He is a great advocate for the bore bath’s healing properties. Many years ago he had a train accident and believes the waters have helped him heal. He says to get better you must go every day.

A walk from the bore baths to the town of Pilliga takes you through a wetland with lots of wildlife.

The Township of Pilliga is a small village and as such no fuel is available.

The Pub serves meals and offers accommodation. 

Pilliga Cafe serves lunches and coffees.

Roads to Coonamble and Wee Waa/Narrabri are sealed but the road to Gwabegar is unsealed.