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Packsaddle, New South Wales is a remote rural locality, suburb and civil parish of Evelyn County, New South Wales.
The parish was calculate at 318500 acres.
A settlement is located where the Silver City Highway crosses the Packsaddle Creek.
The name is said by some to have been given by Burke and Wills who lost a packsaddle crossing the creek upstream from the modern hamlet.
The area was owned by Goldborough Mort and Co in the 1890s, and Kidman in the 1920s.
A gymkhana is held at Easter time.
The parish has a Köppen climate classification of BWh (Hot desert).