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.
Bishop’s Lodge Historic House
Roset St Hay NSW 2711
From Monday to Friday 10.00am - 4.00pm. Saturday 9.00am to 12pm
Bishop’s Lodge is an extraordinary 1888 iron house, designed by architect John Sulman with the first Anglican Bishop of Riverina, Sydney Linton. Their aim was to create a comfortable home to withstand Hay’s summer heat and difficult soils. Even today the technology evident in this design is significant. The Bishop’s Lodge is surrounded by a…
Carrathool is a village 64km east between Hay and Darlington Point and 5km north of the Sturt Highway. With a population of about 250 people, the town hub is the local Hotel. Every year in February they host the well know Carrathool races, it is home for farm stay Corynnia and accommodates camping on the…
Cnr Sturt and Cobb Hwy Hay NSW 2711
From Open 7 days per week
The Australian Shearers Hall of FameVisitors can experience the living and working conditions of the hardworking men and women who shaped the industry and learn about our shearing history and future technologies in the museum.You can explore the roundup maze and homestead garden before heading to the historic Murray Downs Shed; meet the Shearer and…