Byrock is a small town of around 90 people located in North West of New South Wales in the Bourke shire. The town is said to be named after a rock hole, called Bai by the Aboriginal Nyammba tribe. This then became the Bye Rockhole, then Bye Rock, then finally Byrock.
The town of Byrock is located on the Mitchell Highway which is halfway between Bourke to north-west and Nyngan to the south-east. Pig hunting is popular in Byrock with Inland Hunting Properties having many properties to hunt in Byrock.
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