Mungo Lodge, Outback NSW
This unique outback property near Mungo National Park, has cabin-type accommodation, camping sites and caravan sites. Its commitment to eco-sensitive management means catering for a limited number of guests, which ensures intimate and memorable experiences topped with warm hospitality.
An in-house restaurant, bar and lounge welcomes you after a day tracking the national park. During the summer months, the large airy outdoor deck is a majestic place to experience a true ‘outback evening’ under the stars. In the colder months, guests can relax by one of the two open fireplaces. Stay with us at Mungo Lodge for an unforgettable outback experience!
Mundo Lodge Accommodation
Mungo Lodge has a total of 20 cabins with 4 signature cabin styles to suit requirements and budget:
- Budget Self-Contained Cabin
- King Deluxe Cabin
- King Twin Cabin
- Family Deluxe Cabin
- Prices from $179 p/n
All cabins have uninterrupted views of the arid landscape from a private verandah. Each cabin features spacious interiors, with natural hues of brown & vanilla. Pieces include carefully selected local aboriginal art with the bathroom designed in a contemporary style, fitted in pale sandstone, featuring a large eco-friendly shower head. .
- Camping Sites from $20 p/n Unpowered camping sites are available for adventurers who wish to sleep on Dreamtime land and gaze at the stars in the night sky.
- Caravan Sites from $25 p/n Choice of unpowered caravan sites for a true experience of the outback.
Getting to Mungo Lodge:
- 110 km north of Mildura
- 85km east of Pooncarie
- Mungo Lodge is 3km from the information centre of Mungo National Park
Driving to Wentworth
There are many different routes that can be taken when driving from any of the capital cities to Wentworth. The following is an overview of the routes from Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide that may help you in planning your outback experience.
As a general overview:
Warrego Highway <> Newell Highway <> Sturt Highway: Distance = 1,666km approx
Hume Highway >Sturt Highway: Distance = 1,040km approx
Calder Highway: Distance = 570km aprox
Sturt Highway: Distance = 400km approx
See & Do
Lake Mungo See and Do
- Mungo National Park & Willandra Lakes Region World Heritage Area
- Archaeological treasures of Mungo Man and Mungo Woman
- The ‘Great Walls of China’ – an amazing 33 kilometre stretch of Australian sand dunes and lunettes, formed by centuries of sand storms.
- The breathtaking splendour of the Great Walls of China on a full moon’s night.
- Landscape, nature and wildlife
- Star gazing
- Bird watching
More About Our Place
Mungo Lodge (cont)
Mungo Lodge was first built by a private investor who had a dream of sharing the majesty and mystery of Mungo National Park. Mungo Lodge in Arumpo, now offers 17 Australian style accommodation rooms which complement the environment and enhance the three key guest experiences of: Food & Wine, Culture, and Environment.
This unique outback property with cabin-type accommodation has a commitment to eco-sensitive management. By catering for a limited number of guests, it ensures intimate and unique experiences topped with warm hospitality. An in house restaurant, private verandah and tastefully furnished room is what Mungo Lodge offers after a day tracking the national park.
Mungo Lodge has also become a premier location for bird-watching and star-gazing. Don’t forget your binoculars, telescopes and cameras – record and share not only ancient culture dating back over 50,000 years but its landscape, nature and wild life.
Towns & Touring
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