Boasting some of the best in NSW, the Darling River national Parks provide not only a great way to experience the rich pastoral and indigenous history, but also the ethereal beauty of the landscape along the river.

The indigenous culture along the Darling is rich and many National Parks provide wonderful insights to the river’s significance to the many indigenous groups who have live on its banks and surrounding plains.

Parks like Kinchega and Gundabooka have wonderful facilities for day-visits as well as wonderful campgrounds for traditional and RV camping as accommodation facilities in shearers quarters and the like.


Gundabooka NP

Located about 30 mins south of Bourke, Gundabooka National park is a special place for the Ngemba and Barkinji people of the area and a visit to the Mulgowan (Yapa) Art...

Kinchega NP

Located in the central Darling about 1 hour south east of Broken Hill, Kinchega National Park provides wonder access to the Darling River for river camping and fishing...

Mungo NP

In theory it is nothing more than the remnants of an ancient lake (completely dry and with ancient sand dunes running 20+ km along one side) in the middle of the New South...

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