Bourke showcases many historically significant buildings well over 100 years old. Of particular interest is the Court House built in 1900 at the cost of 9,500 pounds. It is the farthest inland Maritime Court in Australia.
Other noteworthy buildings include the Post Office and the Fitzgerald Post Office Hotel, the Western Lands Department, the Roman Catholic Church and Towers Drug Company and many more.
Pick up the Bourke brochure which contains all mud map trails, located at the Back O' Bourke Information and Exhibition Centre, and take the adventure with 20 plus historical establishments around the town and visualise the town in those glory days of the late 1800s.