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  1. 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…

  2. 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…

  3. Grasslands Nature trail

    The vast desert wilderness of Mungo National Park hums with life, and this short, easy track will delight and awe in equal measure. Wheelchair friendly Grasslands Nature trail, near Main campground, takes in the grasslands, shrubs of bluebu…

  4. Zanci Pastoral Loop

    Cycling along this route is a great way to enliven the senses and get a feel for the vast desert of Mungo National Park in the Willandra Lakes World Heritage Area. Starting at Mungo Visitor Centre, you’ll cycle past dunes and wide open skie…

  5. Rosewood Picnic Area

    Pause for a picnic with the park’s galahs and willy wagtails at Rosewood rest area. Listen for the butcherbirds’ flute-like song and keep an eye out for resident pink cockatoos, which can at times be seen in groups of ten or twenty. This b…

  6. Rest-A-While Gardens and Gallery

    A hidden gem, Rest-A-While Gardens is the perfect venue for your wedding with peaceful secluded areas ideal for photo opportunities. Located beside the Gol Gol Creek, the gardens are designed to complement any style of wedding. The Galler…

  7. Mildura Holden Motor Museum

    Mildura Holden Motor Museum houses a private collection of Holdens starting from the very first 48-215 right through to the latest Monaro and Statesman. What is unique about the collection is it is entirely owned by the one man, Ron Morello…

  8. 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 …

  9. 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 …

  10. Zanci Homestead site

    The Zanci Homestead site comprises a range of buildings – some still proudly in their original condition having been refurbished, and some of which are now only ruins. Located along the Mungo Self-guided Drive tour the site can also be reac…

  11. Artback Australia Gallery

    Set in the centre of historic Wentworth, the multi-level Artback building has stunning Darling River views and a garden courtyard. Learn basic drawing techniques in a weekly class and get back to your art practice with Steve and Anne Heder…

  12. 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 …

  13. 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…

  14. ODonnell Park at Curlwaa

    O'Donnell Park at Curlwaa is a picturesque park on the banks of the Murray River. It is a scenic place to enjoy a picnic, let the children try out the playground or simply relax from a long drive. The park is named after Larry O'Donnell,…

  15. 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 …

  16. Wentworth Cemetery

    The Wentworth Cemetery has some very old burials, with the earliest dating back to the 1850s. Many of the district's pioneers are buried at the Wentworth Cemetery including several well know businessmen (William Gunn and John Egge). The o…

  17. 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…

  18. Wentworth Wharf

    The Wentworth Wharf was originally built in 1879 using local timber and was a major landmark of the town - a hive of industry. Boats, large and small were to become a 'way of life' in the town on the junction of the Darling and Murray River…