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  1. Murray Darling House Boats

    Murray Darling Houseboats Marina is private with secure parking and access to the Murray and Darling rivers. A fleet of four quality houseboats two mid-size six berth catering for couples and small families. Two 10 berth five bedroom hous…

  2. Adelora Houseboats

    Wentworth is where the confluence of Australia's two greatest rivers, the mighty Murray and the Darling, and has the best of both rivers. Aboard the classic owner-operated "Adelora Houseboat", a boat of absolute quality and appointment, …

  3. Rivertrack Studios and Gallery

    Rivertrack Studios and Gallery are designers and manufacturers of beautiful handmade sterling silver jewellery, wood carving, and fine art. Unique one of a kind jewellery made with sterling silver and incorporating titanium, wood and semi-…

  4. Australian Inland Botanic Gardens

    Australia's most unique Botanic Gardens, a prime example of what community spirit can achieve, is on display at the Australian Inland Botanic Gardens (AIBG). The plantings showcase Australian and exotic species, including a rose garden feat…

  5. Walls of China

    Grab your bike or get into your car and travel past captivating scenery at the Walls of China. This unique feature on the southeastern edge of the Lake Mungo lunette makes for one of Australia’s most unforgettable sights. Setting out from M…

  6. Orange World

    Orange World has a tractor train tour of the orchards, with informed commentary on the unique facets of the industry that relate only to this area. The tour also includes the nursery, varietal plantings, a visit to the lookout tower and pa…

  7. Round Tank Picnic Area

    Behind the sand dunes on Mungo Self-guided Drive tour, Round Tank picnic area is a great stop for birdwatching enthusiasts. Round Tank was originally designed as a lure for goats, whose numbers are controlled to reduce the damage to young t…

  8. Mungo Self-guided Drive Tour

    Mungo self-guided drive tour, also known as Mungo loop track, is a brilliant introduction to the awe-inspiring desert landscape and a chance to experience the historic significance of Mungo National Park in comfort. Crossing the ancient lak…

  9. Perry Sandhills

    The Perry Sandhills are on the edge of the flood plain that includes Thegoa Lagoon. They are ancient and include Aboriginal cultural heritage areas. The sandhills have been used as a backdrop in many films and television shows. According…

  10. Vigars Well picnic area

    Icompass, or a GPS. It’s been over 15,000 years since the Willandra Lakes World Heritage region held water, so Vigars Well picnic area is a welcome oasis in the dramatic desert landscape of today. This historic picnic spot, on then Mungo S…

  11. Rufus River

    It was Charles Sturt who named the Rufus River, apparently in honour of his 'friend McLeahy's red head'. He was also the first white man to encounter the Aborigines of the area, as he and his crew rowed down the Murray in 1830. Followin…

  12. Crown Hotel Wentworth

    Originally opened on July 1, 1861, the Crown Hotel has been a favoured part of the Wentworth scenery for generations of travellers heading outback, and locals. With the option of dining inside, outside in the newly revamped beer garden, or …

  13. Possum Statue

    The 'Possum' lived for 50 years as a hermit around the Wentworth area. A life size statue of a man known as 'The Possum', who when disgruntled by life during the "Great Depression" (1929) took to living off the land around Wentworth. He …

  14. Lock 10 and Weir

    The weir and lock were completed in 1929. The purpose of the weir is both to maintain a high level of water for irrigation in times of little and to regulate water flow. The lock enables boats to pass from the upper stream to the downstream…

  15. Original Aboriginal Creations

    Clair Bates is a proud traditional owner of Mutawintji National Park and Lake Mungo,and is a direct descendant of Malingappa/Paakantji (Barkindji-Darling River people) of Western New South Wales. Clair has an art gallery and gift shop in…

  16. Moontongue Eco Adventures

    Moontongue Eco Adventures are pleased to provide a Guided Kayak Adventure Tour for people of all ages. Try their easy to paddle, very stable range of H20 Kayaks and cruise through some of the most breathtaking scenery the Murray and Darling…

  17. Wentworth Sporting Complex

    The Wentworth Sporting Complex on 10.4 hectare incorporates an 18 hole championship golf course with magnificent greens, 14 tennis courts with eight on supergrass, and two bowling greens. Situated next to the Old Wentworth Gaol, the 18 …

  18. Willandra Lakes Region

    Covering over 24,000 square kilometres in size, the World Heritage-listed WIllandra Lakes Region is home to a range of stunning dried salt water lake beds rich in history and beauty. Located in the far south-western corner of NSW, the area …

  19. Foreshore Walk, Mungo National Park

    With its exquisitely sculpted sand dunes, hardy, gnarled trees, grassy woodlands and age-old lakebeds, the Foreshore walk incorporates the natural wonders that probably first inspired you to visit Mungo National Park. Beginning behind the …