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  1. Captain John Egge Statue

    John Egge was born in Shanghai China in 1830. As a young man he worked a sampan on the Yangtze River. At the age of 16 he sailed to Australia as cabin boy with Captain Francis Cadell. Egge was the cook on Cadell's PS Lady Augusta which rac…

  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. Wentworth Pioneer Museum

    Wentworth Pioneer Museum houses an interesting historic collection of much of Wentworth's heritage. The Rotary Club have collected over 3,000 artefacts and relics covering all aspects on the history of the Wentworth Region. Here in the Went…

  4. 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 …

  5. 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…

  6. PS Ruby Wentworth

    Step back in time as you are welcomed on board the authentic 1907 heritage paddle steamer PS Ruby, operating from the Murray Darling Junction. Feel a tinge of excitement and adventure as the steam chambers breathe life into the powerful pad…

  7. 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…

  8. Mallee Stop walking track

    The Mallee Stop walking track offers a fascinating introduction to the breathtaking scenic contrasts of outback NSW. Wander through an environment that is at once harsh and beautiful; the ground like a moonscape but brimming with plant life…

  9. Red Top lookout and boardwalk

    Mungo is one of a handful of places where you can see the extraordinary effects of erosion on the landscape. Red Top lookout and boardwalk is an unbeatable vantage point, offering bird's eye views of the park's remarkable deep ravines, ripp…

  10. 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…

  11. 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…

  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. 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…

  14. 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…

  15. Mungo Woolshed

    Long after the mega fauna roamed the vast desert landscape, historic Gol Gol Station brought mega flocks of sheep to the region, now protected by Mungo National Park. Adjacent to Mungo Visitor Centre, the heritage Mungo woolshed, built in 1…

  16. 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,…

  17. 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 …

  18. 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…

  19. 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…