The region south east of the Darling, covering the Riverina and Central NSW, has some wonderful National Parks, Reserves, and historic sites for the visitor to enjoy.

Each Park has its own special significance and offers those visiting the area an insight into Indigenous history, Indigenous living culture, as well as our amazing pastoral history.

* Please Note, the following is not a full list of all Parks in the region as we are currently updating those relevent for this website. For more information on National Parks, please refer to the NSW Parks website



Mt Grenfell Historic Site

Mt Grenfell Historic site is a spiritually moving area as it provides many examples of magnificent rock paintings. The semi-permanent waterhole and many rockshelfs that provided shelter and ceremonial places that now exhibits some wonderful linear and figure designs depicting humans and assorted animals that are significant to the area and Aboriginal culture.

Yanga National Park

One of NSW’s newer National Parks, Yanga is conveniently located just north of Balranald and makes an easy diversion on the east-west route along the Sturt Highway. Its close proximity to Balranald also means it is only an hour or so from Mungo National Park and both parks can easily be visited in a day.

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