Kinchega National Park
An area of glittering lakes in a dry landscape, with waterbirds living among its backwaters and drowned forests. Massive river red gums gather at the banks of the Darling River, which forms the eastern boundary of the park.
Explore the Aboriginal sites and European structures, such as the Kinchega Woolshed. Car-based or caravan camping is available at the rest area near Lake Cawndilla, beside Emu Lake or along the river. Camping fees apply. You can also stay in the old shearers' quarters (bookings required). However due to the extended drought, the lakes in Kinchega National Park are dry.
111 km south-east of Broken Hill along the (paved) road to Menindee. The park's roads are unpaved, and are closed when wet.
Information for this National Park has been supplied courtesy of The New South Wales National Parks and Wildlife Service