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We visited here looking for birds. The dunes are amazing and it was roasting hot when we were here in November.
We saw Bluebonnets, White Browed Tree Creeper, plus lots of other species of birds.
There are toilets here if you are desperate.
Spent 2 nights camping in the Wyperfeld National Park. Took some of the 4X4 tracks and boy what a treat! We camped at Casuarina camp ground and did some hiking around the area. It was just magic. We heading north out of the park and...More
A nice place for abit of a drive and picnic lunch...we especially enjoy the Snowdrift camp area and Mount Jenkins. The sand dunes are great fun to climb and then slide down. Take abit of cardboard, a boogie board or an old satellite dish for...More
Pine Plains Lodge is a great setting for a wedding, a party, a family get together, anything to do with groups. They can sleep 15 in the lodge and a further 17 in the homestead, there are also camping and powered sites available for caravans....More
great wilderness in the north west of Victoria. the 3 main spots to visit are as follows- wonga camp- situated in south of park. it has info centre with display on mallee fowl. it also has a couple of self guided interpretative walks and basic...More
Over the years I have heard people talk about the white sand dunes in the middle of knowhere . What an amazing sight, well worth the drive. We also visited Pine Plains Homestead. This is an oasis in the middle of an extraordinary landscape.
Whilst it was very cold, this was a great time to visit Wonga camp. There were only a few campers and this meant easy access to toilets. (compost toilets). Showers are out of action. The discovery walk (2 hours) was well worth it. At $25.50...More