With its caravan, trailer and tent sites, the well-equipped Main Camp is the ideal place to base yourself and soak up Willandra Lakes’ rich Aboriginal history.
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Outback camping beside the Darling River in Kinchega National Park offers excellent birdwatching, barbecue facilities and swimming.
For a true bush adventure, visit Emu Lake campground near Broken Hill. Spot emus and birdlife, visit the historic Kinchega Woolshed and enjoy beautiful evening sunsets.
Camp at Mamanga for fishing, swimming and kayaking. This free campground, by the Murrumbidgee River, features campsites for tents, trailers, caravans and motor homes.
The Willows campground in Yanga National Park offers free tent, trailer and caravan campsites with picnic tables and barbecues. Great fishing and birdwatching awaits.
With just 12 campsites, Belah campground offers secluded outback camping in the Willandra Lakes World Heritage region. It’s located halfway along the Mungo Drive tour.
This campground at Lake Cawndilla in Kingchega National Park offers an outback campsite with barbecues, perfect for birdwatching and stargazing.
Woolpress Bend campground in Yanga National Park offers secluded camping on the banks of the Murrumbidgee River. Spend your days paddling, fishing, birdwatching or explore the history of this remote and beautiful park.
Camp along the Murray River at Euston Regional Park campground. You'll find sites for tents and camper trailers, and plenty of opportunties to fish, bushwalk and birdwatch.
Enjoy riverside camping at Kemendok National Park campground. Perfect for self-reliant campers, this basic campground is suitable for tents only, with unmarked campsites and no facilities.