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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).