Demand for accommodation ideas "off the beaten track" has sparked a sister page to runaway success Buy from the Bush.
Stay in the Bush was launched on social media on November 3 and has gained more than 15,000 followers on Instagram in less than three weeks.
Accommodation ventures in the Dubbo and Orana region are among the options featured so far.
Buy from the Bush founder Grace Brennan of the Warren district says the new page is a "natural extension" of the social media movement that is revitalising retail in drought-hit communities.
Like the one-month-old Buy from the Bush, the sister page encourages metropolitan residents to explore the country.
Mrs Brennan said they had been receiving requests from people who were thinking about "wandering out to the bush", or travelling between Melbourne and Brisbane for the Christmas holidays and wanted to know where they could find a bed.
"Stay in the Bush is a sister page, a bit like Buy from the Bush but showcases beautiful places to lay your head if people are thinking about getting out in the bush," she said.
There are hopes the page leads to stays that have benefits beyond the accommodation sector.
We encourage them to stay a while and check out the local hairdresser or cafe or other services locally, so it's not just about retailers benefitting.Stay in the Bush founder Grace Brennan
"We encourage them to stay a while and check out the local hairdresser or cafe or other services locally, so it's not just about retailers benefitting," Mrs Brennan said.
As well as the influx of followers, the movement was receiving "lots of great feedback from people falling in love with places to stay in the bush".
The page creator had praise for the country offerings.
"So many people are creative and doing cool little farmstays and sometimes, it's easy to find the big places, it's not so easy to find those little off-the-beaten track ones, so we're going to try to feature a few of those," Mrs Brennan said.
"A bit of luxury and a bit of camping and everything in between, so keep your eyes out."
Stay in the Bush has showcased new accommodation venture The Repose at Dubbo, Faraway River Guesthouse between Narromine, Trangie and Warren, and The Fleece at Peak Hill to its followers.
Retailers and artists have reported of surges in sales since the launch of Buy from the Bush on October 16.