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Murrumbidgee Valley Regional Park

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Visitor info

All the practical information you need to know about Murrumbidgee Valley Regional Park.

Getting there and parking

From Narrandera to the north park entrance:

  • Travel northwest on Irrigation Way for about 2.5km.
  •  Turn left off Irrigation way onto Narrandera Trail. Follow Narrandera Trail for about 200m.
  • This is the Narrandera North main entrance.

From Narrandera to the south park entrance:

  • Travel southwest on Newell Highway for about 2.5km.
  • Turn right off Newell Highway onto Forest Drive. Follow Forest Drive for about 1.5km.
  • This is the Narrandera South main entrance.

From Darlington Point to the Willbriggie north entrance:

  • Travel south on Kidman Way, then turn right onto Bridge Street.
  • Turn off Bridge Street onto Forest Drive at about 400m. Follow Forest Drive for about 200m.
  • This is the Willbriggie North main entrance. 

From Darlington Point to the Willbriggie east entrance:

  • Travel northeast on Whitton Darlington Point Road for about 200m.
  • Turn right off onto Beach Road. Follow Beach Road for 200m.
  • This is the Willbriggie East main entrance.

From Darlington Point to the Willbriggie south entrance:

  • Travel northwest on King Street Darlington Point NSW.
  • Follow along King Street for about 1.5km and onto Loop Trail.
  • This is the Willbriggie South entrance.

Road quality

All vehicles including 4WD and AWD should not drive on unsealed roads in extreme weather conditions such as rain or floods. Visit the Live Traffic website for current conditions.

  • Unsealed roads

Vehicle access

  • Most roads require 4WD vehicle

Weather restrictions

  • Dry weather only

Best times to visit

There are lots of great things waiting for you in Murrumbidgee Valley Regional Park. Here are some of the highlights.


Evenings can be balmy at this time of year, so it’s still a great time to camp. Keep an eye out for some colourful garland lilies.


Picturesque morning mists are common at this time of the year and birds and animals are more active.


Enjoy early morning and late afternoon swimming during the hotter months.


This is Murray crayfish season—a great time to head to the river and settle in by the campfire.


Maps and downloads

Safety messages

However you discover NSW national parks and reserves, we want you to have a safe and enjoyable experience. Our park and reserve systems contrast greatly so you need to be aware of the risks and take responsibility for your own safety and the safety of those in your care.

Fire safety

During periods of fire weather, the Commissioner of the NSW Rural Fire Service may declare a total fire ban for particular NSW fire areas, or statewide. Learn more about total fire bans and fire safety.

Fishing safety

Fishing from a boat, the beach or by the river is a popular activity for many national park visitors. If you’re planning a day out fishing, check out these fishing safety tips.

Mobile safety

Dial Triple Zero (000) in an emergency. Download the Emergency Plus app before you visit, it helps emergency services locate you using your smartphone's GPS. Please note there is limited mobile phone reception in this park and you’ll need mobile reception to call Triple Zero (000).

Paddling safety

To make your paddling or kayaking adventure safer and more enjoyable, check out these paddling safety tips.

River and lake safety

The aquatic environment around rivers, lakes and lagoons can be unpredictable. If you're visiting these areas, take note of these river and lake safety tips.


Camp fires and solid fuel burners

Campfires are permitted between April and September.

Gathering firewood

Collection of deadfall timber is permitted for small campfires.


Horse riding is permitted on specific trails in this park. You must remain on these trails at all times and ride in a way that meets the code of practice for horse riding in parks.


Dogs and domestic pets are permitted everywhere in Murrumbidgee Valley Regional Park, but they are prohibited in Murrumbidgee Valley National Park. You can walk and camp with your dog in Murrumbidgee Valley Regional Park but you will need to keep them on a leash at all times and pick up after them.


Removing firewood from the park is prohibited.


NSW national parks are no smoking areas.

Murrumbidgee Valley Regional Park