Outback Almonds


Check In: 14:00|Check Out: 10:00

​Dining in the Blossom, a fully catered 'de-Garstation' event amongst the magical almond blossom, is scheduled for the second weekend in August each year.

We are a working almond farm on the banks of the Darling River in far west NSW. What began as a 3000 tree crop in 1998, planted by Sholto and Julie Douglas, and their children, has evolved to 9000, with a selection of natural, blanched, slivered, hot and spicy and chocolate coated almonds available to purchase via our online shop, as well as locally at Ruby's Cargo in Wentworth and the Mildura Visitor Information Centre.

Come and stay the night in one of our three Canvas Bell Tents by 'Glamping', or perhaps The Cottage is more your thing! If you're just passing by, or looking for something a little different, book for a Long Lunch or Dinner under the stars.

Farm tours are available, keeping in mind that harvest takes place from January to April, and the magical almond blossom occurs during August.


  • Barbeque
  • Secure Parking
  • Games
  • Pets by Arrangement
  • Camp Kitchen
  • Open Fireplace

Map & Directions

2704B Low Darling Rd, Wentworth NSW 2648, Australia


We are 40km from the corner servo in Wentworth. From Wentworth, head towards Broken Hill and turn right about 5km out of town to Pomona. The Pomona Road becomes the Low Darling Road and we are 2704b Low Darling Road. White gates, a blue mailbox and "Garston" sign.

Cancellation Policy

Outback Almonds Tourism: Terms & Conditions
These Contract Terms and Conditions are legally binding and contain the Agreement between you and Outback Almonds Tourism relating to the staying in Outback Almonds Tourism accommodation, and/or hiring of Equipment, and/or attending an event on site.
A booking by you together with these Contract Terms and Conditions (communicated in writing, in person or electronically) of the booking will constitute your acceptance of, and agreement to be bound by, their contents. The Contract Terms and Conditions may only be amended to the extent agreed in writing by Outback Almonds Tourism.
References to ‘Outback Almonds Tourism’ and ‘we’, ‘us’ and ‘our’ shall be deemed to be referenced to Outback Almonds and Outback Almonds Tourism. References to ‘you’, and ‘your’ shall be deemed to be references to the person entering into a rental agreement with Outback Almonds Tourism and who is Principal to all obligations.

Covid Safe
A COVID-19 Safety Plan is in place for everyone’s safety. If you are feeling unwell with cold and flu like symptoms, or have been in known contact with a positive COVID-19 case we ask that you do not visit.

Working Farm
You acknowledge that Outback Almonds is a working almond farm which will continue to operate as such during your stay. Heavy machinery and equipment may be in operation. Scare guns are in use January through to March during daylight hours. Outback Almonds and their respective employee/s, reserve the right to cancel or cut short your booking at any time in the event your behaviour is deemed to be reckless or inappropriate. Please respect the environment and your surroundings at all times.

You are responsible for any damage and loss caused to the equipment regardless of culpability, and therefore if the security deposit is insufficient to cover costs incurred to Outback Almonds Tourism, you agree to pay, in full, all costs to rectify this.
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