Visit the spectacular landscape that is home to the Mungo Lady and Mungo Man. The final resting place for these human cremations some 42,000 years old.
You can do a self-guided drive tour through Mungo that takes you past the "Walls of China", which run along the eastern shoreline of the largest lake. Or you can arrange a tour through Mungo at the Visitor Centre onsite.
With accommodation to suit everyone, Mungo is an experience in the outback everyone needs to do once.
Check the NP website for opening and closure.
For discovery tour bookings, park information including closures. visit the National Parks Visitor Website.
Mungo is open 24/7 weather permitting.
Chris McClelland gallery
Experience the extraordinary details beauty of Chris McClelland drawings. Chris is internationally recognised for his fine detailed graphite and coloured pencil drawings. His artwork captures the movement of the wildlife with extraordinary precision that his animals appear alive.
Hay War Memorial High School Museum
Hay War Memorial High School Museum, 216 Pine Street, Hay NSW 2711, Australia
The finest war memorial in the Empire’ The people of Hay built a school as the war memorial for Hay to commemorate those who served in World War I. The museum tells both the stories of Hay and district war service from the Boer War to the present and the history of the school. The…
Located just 52 kilometres west of Hay, Maude is another beautiful place to set up camp or cast a lineExpect to find yellow belly, redfin and Murray cod as well as plenty of native wildlife along the banks of the Bidgee.Tired of feeding the fish? Enjoy some country hospitality at the Post Office Hotel or…