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Buronga in NSW on the Murray River directly opposite Mildura
Buronga on the banks of the Murray River faces directly opposite Mildura. Offering a full range of facilities and services it is the gateway to both Wentworth, Mungo National Park, Euston and Balranald. The Buronga Caravan Park is one of the Murray's best kept secrets. With views across the Murry to Mildura is a great little oasis with tall, shady sites to sit back and relax.
Although closed to the public, close by is also the Mallee Cliffs National Park. 30 km east of Mildura. The park preserves some almost undisturbed tracts of mallee vegetation and rosewood-belah woodland. The park was set aside for the protection of the mallee fowl. Please contact the New South Wales National Parks and Wildlife Department, Buronga for more information.
You can also access information on Mungo National Park and the Willandra Lakes World Heritage Region. The area is isolated and bush camping facilities are available at two sites only. This region near the Murray is a must-do on any visitor's list in the region. Visitors are asked to bring their own water, food and sufficient fuel for their return journey, at least 300 km. Wet weather can make roads impassable so check with the National Parks Service Office in Buronga. For tours of the Mungo region give Harry Nanya Tours a call and you'll learn about the local customs and Australia's ancient history.
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