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.
Murrumbidgee River & Sandy Point
The Murrumbidgee River is affectionally known as the “Bidgee” by locals. The river is the lifeblood of the district, providing life-giving irrigation water for local agriculture and hours of fun for visitors and locals alike.The beautiful white sandy beaches of the Murrumbidgee River are a favourite spot. A haven for water lovers, Sandy Point boasts…
The Long Paddock
Cobb Highway, Hay, NSW
Visit the Long Paddock – Cobb Highway Touring route and explore NSW from the banks of the Murray River to the iconic outback towns of Broken Hill, Bourke and White Cliffs.Only 2 hours from Melbourne, this easy self-drive touring route offers adventures for all ages and budgets, from fishing and camping to museums and galleries…
Enjoy the unique experience of seeing the sunset with a 360-degree uninterrupted view. The perfect spot for photographers or those wanting to enjoy a traditional “sundowner” as the sun sets over the vast Hay Plains. Located just 16km north of Hay on the Cobb Highway the Sunset Viewing area features a Long Paddock information panel…