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Mungo National Park

Balranald, New South Wales 2715, Australia
+61 3 5021 8900
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amazing outback location

Set deep in the outback of New South Wales, Mungo is a former Sheep station that was converted to a... read more

Reviewed yesterday
KENPHOTO74
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Townsville, Australia
Lacking information.

A great place to visit and check out the surrounds was fine however the signage was lacking, making... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
retcop2015
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Melbourne, Australia
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Balranald, New South Wales 2715, Australia
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+61 3 5021 8900

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Reviewed yesterday

Set deep in the outback of New South Wales, Mungo is a former Sheep station that was converted to a national park. The old Woolshed is interesting to go through. The Walls of China are absolutely spectacular, especially around sunset and sunrise, which is the...More

Thank KENPHOTO74
Reviewed 1 week ago

A great place to visit and check out the surrounds was fine however the signage was lacking, making it difficult to drive around the park. The info at the centre was light on regarding Mungo Man and how long ago aboriginals are now recorded as...More

Thank retcop2015
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Our second tour this week with German. Loved Yanga and loved Mungo NP too. This guy is so good and so passionate about the country its infectious. The lunette is a real bucket list place to visit. No way can photos show you what it's...More

Thank christines1234
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Of Australia’s ancient geological and cultural history, this Park is readily accessible by an excellent unsealed but well-graded road from Mildura. Only a 1.5 hr drive, Google maps has the right road, but a fallacious travel time; it occasionally rains, and the road will be...More

Thank KeithsCoffee
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This place is quite magical and well worth the effort to get there. The visitors centre is well worth the exploration The drive out to the viewing areas is also very good The place is marred by signs and the bulldust of not being allowed...More

Thank Neil S
Reviewed 18 October 2017

Driving into the park is like driving through a moonscape, it is quite surreal. It appears like you are driving through a crater of some sought, it is a wall that has been created by winds and sand. The information centre was unmanned but had...More

Thank Lee B
Reviewed 14 October 2017

The 2 hr dirt road drive from Mildura was long and very bumpy, with many cattle grids along the way but doable for those without 4wds. we got to the national park and enjoyed strolling through the old shearing shed. then we thought we would...More

Thank itskars
Reviewed 8 October 2017

Its a long trip mostly on gravel road, it was hot & windy with clouds of flies, so our experience was a little clouded. The main attractions are spectacular but can be viewed in a short time. Probably better to go on an organized tour.

Thank Harry P
Reviewed 3 October 2017 via mobile

A great day trip to the home of the Mungo Man. Sturt was right about an inland sea but 20000 years too late. Fascinating flora and fauna on the 70 km drive thru and around the lake with great tour notes. We took the Pooncarie...More

Thank RicJClark
Reviewed 2 October 2017 via mobile

We booked a tour at the Mildura visitor centre to do the Walls of China walk. Unfortunately we turned up at Mungo National Visitor Centre and the ranger was not running the tour due to car problems and the ranger there didn't know what was...More

Thank YasG_AU
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Elbray
24 October 2016|
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Response from Pauline S | Reviewed this property |
Hi Elbray, It depends on whether you have a four wheel drive or not, and whether you are camping or not. This time of year is normally very beautiful, but it has been exceptionally wet, making it challenging if you don't... More
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Morten C
20 August 2016|
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Response from Jam1982 | Reviewed this property |
Yes you will need to have repellent or get a fly net I have found that to be the best.
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pjgrenf
5 August 2016|
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Response from walesrocks | Reviewed this property |
Hello, we took the only road into and out of Mungo. It's unsealed but we took the sealed road until the turn off for the unsealed road from Mildura. On the way back we took the same unsealed road back to the highway and did... More
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