With the Coolibah-lined Culgoa River running through it. Culgoa National Park is a birdwatchers paradise and a must-see after spring rains for those interested in outback wildflowers.
Currawinya’s lakes, rivers and wetlands contrast strikingly with the sandy plains and rocky ranges of semi-arid south-western Queensland.
Situated less than 1 hours drive from Bourke on the Kidman Way, Gundabooka National Park provides the traveller with a wonderful place to explore the wonders of the landscape.
Some of the most iconic Darling River vistas can be viewed at Kinchega and the banks provide idyllic camping sites with abundant birdlife and wonderful fishing spots.
The Lake Bindegolly National Park is a diverse 14,000ha park with samphire flats, claypans, sand dunes, hard and soft red mulga country, gidgee woodlands, and Eremophila shrublands.
Mt Grenfell Historic site is a spiritually moving area as it provides many examples of magnificent rock paintings.
Lake Mungo (and Mungo National Park) is a jewel of Outback NSW and is located about 1 hours drive from Wentworth and Mildura.
Mutawintji National Park and the Mutawintji Historic site is an extremely special place for the living culture and spirituality of Indigenous Australians.
The Paroo-Darling National Park spans two distinct regions covering the arid catchment area of the Paroo River (Peery and Poloko Lakes) and the Paroo-Darling confluence to the south.
The Sturt National Park provides a great insight to the geomorphology of Outback Australia with ancient eroded mountain ranges and vast gibber plains.