Succumb to the quiet country pace of Balranald, on the Murrumbidgee River in south-west New South Wales, and visit World Heritage–listed Mungo National Park.
Discover local histories and learn about various early explorers, including John Oxley, Charles Sturt and Sir Thomas Mitchell along the Balranald Heritage Trail.
Bring a rug and have a picnic on the banks of the Murrumbidgee River. After lunch throw out a line and discover why this is a favourite pastime for visitors and locals alike.
Be captivated by the wonders of Mungo National Park, 150 kilometres north-west of Balranald. View the park's ancient dry lake bed with crescent-shaped dunes, where evidence of human settlement dating back 60,000 years was found.