Enjoy a relaxing day exploring this outback oasis, as you soak up the spectacular scenery with many opportunities to spot native bird and wildlife along the way!
There are many picture postcard opportunities on this tour as you enjoy a relaxing day exploring the massive Menindee Lake system and Kinchega National Park. Morning tea on the banks of Lake Parmarmaroo is a great introduction to the spectacular Menindee Lakes System, which is many times larger than Sydney Harbour.
Travel through Kinchega NP to see kangaroos, emus and abundant birdlife. Visit the historic Woolshed, then follow the Darling River as it winds through massive stands of Red Gums to Menindee township.
The first Europeans to visit the area followed the Darling River in search of pasture for their sheep. Menindee was once a thriving river port and the area is rich in the history of our early explorers. Burke and Wills and Charles Sturt’s exploration parties both spent time camped at Kinchega. Learn about the fascinating pastoral and aboriginal history of the area.
Kinchega NP was once part of the Kinchega-Kars pastoral lease held by the Hughes family since 1870. At its grandest, the property extended from Menindee to Broken Hill and covered an area of over 800,000 acres.
Valid 1 April 2017 to 31 March 2018:
Passengers: from $230 per person (Children 5-13 years half price)
Tag-alongs: $130 per person
Please note: 'Tag-alongs' refers to participants who wish to travel in their own vehicle - only available once we have a confirmed departure.
Pick up from your Broken Hill accommodation 8:30am to 8:45am
Minimum of 2 adult passengers required to confirm a departure. For this tour to operate on a Saturday or Sunday, a minimum of 4 adult passengers (or the equivalent fare) is required to confirm a departure.
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For more great ideas on things to do and places to go in the Australian Outback, check out the Tourism NSW and Tourism Australia websites.