Ben Scott Memorial Bird Trail is part of the Tri-Avian Corridor walk through the mini-wetlands on the tracks and boardwalks to the bird hides. Look for and listen to the sounds of birds in the bush.
Look out for the Spotted Harrier, Rainbow Bee-eater, Yellow Throated Miner or the Striated Pardalote and many others
The Bird Trail has two bird hides and a wooden bridge over the water that is in the depressions at times.
For fishing folk there are five rivers of the fishing trail in the Balranald region, they include the Lachlan, Murrumbidgee, Wakool, Edward and Murray Rivers. Balranald Shire Council assists local fishing clubs restock these rivers with native fish.
The five rivers are within 30 minutes of Balranald township.
Copies of the Five Rivers Fishing Trail brochure are available from the Balranald Visitor Information Centre.
Mungo National Park is recognised for its outstanding international value as part of the Willandra Lakes Region World Heritage Area and well-known for the record it preserves of ancient lives and stories. It is significant in the lives of contemporary Aboriginal people, many of whom are involved in the present-day management of the park. The park is a fragile and sensitive place that is being managed to protect its special qualities for future generations. Come and experience this amazing lands...
Yanga National Park may be one of the state's newest parks, but the land itself boasts a long and significant history. From Aboriginal families to early explorers, shearers to rabbit trappers, fishermen to campers - people have been visiting the area for millennia. Now it's your turn.
Also known as Murrumbidgee National Park, Yanga contains fascinating chapters of Australian history. Camp by the banks of the Murrumbidgee like Burke and Wills once did; see over 150 species of birds in the park's...