When you visit Mungo National Park, take a tour to the Walls of China guided by an NPWS Aboriginal ranger. It's one of the most spectacular outback landscapes in NSW.
The Murray-Riverina region is full of adventure and activity for all ages. Discover the ancient landscapes of Mungo National Park, and tour along the mighty Murray River - its river red gum wetlands a haven for birds.
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Rich in Aboriginal culture, Mungo National Park is well-worth a visit – home of the famous Mungo Man, Walls of China and part of the Willandra Lakes Region World Heritage Area. Spend some time exploring walking tracks and back roads on a 4WD touring adventure. If you don't want to enjoy the adventure alone, you can join a guided tour with a local Aboriginal guide.
Pitch a tent and go kayaking along the mighty Murray River in Murray Valley National Park, or enjoy bird watching and spotting koalas in the trees at Narrandera Nature Reserve.
The clear outback skies are great for picnics or camping, and there are lots of great fishing spots along the banks of Murrumbidgee River in Yanga National Park - its red gum wetlands are home to over 150 species of birds.
- NSW National Parks Pocket Guide to Murray-Riverina (4613436 pdf)
Activities in this region (70)
- 4WD touring
- Adventure sports
- Birdwatching and wildlife encounters
- Sailing, boating and cruises
- Road trips and car/bus tours
- Horse riding
- Other experiences
- Wildflowers (seasonal)
- Aboriginal culture
- Cultural heritage
- Historic heritage
- Picnics and barbecues
- Visitor centres
- Guided tours
- Volunteer activities
Tour Mungo's dramatic formations
Explore Yanga's pastoral history
Take a tour through years of Riverina history when you visit Yanga Homestead in Yanga National Park.
Get cosy at Mungo Shearers' Quarters
Stay in unique heritage accommodation at Mungo Shearers’ Quarters in Mungo National Park. Discover the area’s pastoral and Aboriginal history and explore Lake Mungo.
Pitch your tent at a peaceful campsite
Great for bushwalking and birdwatching, Woolshed Flat campground in Cocoparra National Park is a peaceful place for picnicking among shady trees and resident kangaroos.