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Mungo National Park Camp Sites

From Broken Hill, follow the signs to Menindee and then to Pooncarie. Travel through Pooncarie and 20 kilometres south you'll see Top Hut Road with a sign indicating Mungo National Park. Follow this road to its end and turn right at the T-junction.

Main camp (33 sites)

Wheelchair access: easy
This campground has flat gravel sites.

The Grasslands Nature Trail starts here and there is also a trail leading to the lookout. Mungo Visitor Centre, with flush toilets and hot showers, is only 2 km away. There are free gas barbecues and wood fireplaces available for campers. Wood can be collected from the wood bay near the Mungo Visitor Centre for $5 per 25-litre bin.

Getting there: This campground is on Arumpo Road. The route includes unpaved roads, generally suitable for 2WD cars, though roads may become impassable in wet weather.

Facilities: picnic tables, wood barbecues (bring your own firewood), gas/electric barbecues, non-flush toilets, amenities block

Contact: Buronga, Phone: 03 5021 8900

Belah campground (12 sites)

Wheelchair access: easy
This campground has flat gravel sites.

This campground is a great overnight spot for people taking their time doing the Mungo Drive Tour, or for those looking for a secluded campsite. No fires are allowed.

Getting there: This campground is half way around the park's one-way drive tour. The route includes unpaved roads, generally suitable for 2WD cars, though roads may become impassable in wet weather.

Facilities: picnic tables, non-flush toilets

Water supply: There is a dam here, supplied by surface runoff.

Contact: Buronga, Phone: 03 5021 8900

 

 

More Information

DECC Information Centre
Level 14, 59-61 Goulburn Street,
Sydney NSW
Ph: 1300 361 967
Fax: (02) 9995 5999
Email: info@environment.nsw.gov.au