Featuring the mesmerising Menindee lake system with its wonderful array of birdlife and haunting river red gums rising from the water, Kinchega National Park offers visitors a unique experience of the Australian outback.
With its ever-changing colours the green lake bed as the water retreats and beautiful reflections in the flood and rich pastoral and Aboriginal history, a visit to Kinchega will restore your sense of wonder.
Take your caravan to Emu Lake campground, pitch your tent on the banks of the Darling River or stay in the Kinchega Shearers' Quarters. Don't miss visiting the historic Kinchega Woolshed and Old Kinchega Homestead for a taste of the area's pastoral heritage or enjoy a billy tea with the Barkindtji Aboriginal Elders on a Discovery tour to find out about the park's Aboriginal history.
Campers at Emu Lake campground. Photo: John Spencer/DPIE
Aerial view of Kinchega Shearers Quarters. Photo: John Spencer/DPIE
Lake Menindee, Kinchega National Park. Photo: John Spencer
Aerial view of 2 walkers on the Kinchega Homestead billabong walk. Photo: John Spencer/DPIE
Menindee nightshade in flower in Kinchega National Park. Photo: Julieanne Doyle/DPIE
Visitors having a picnic lunch outside Kinchega Shearers Quarters. Photo: John Spencer/DPIE
Campers around their campfire at campsite 11, Darling River campground. Photo: John Spencer/DPIE
Emu near a waterhole in Kinchega National Park. Photo: John Spencer/DPIE.
Kinchega woolshed. Photo: John Spencer/DPIE
Aerial view of Kinchega National Park. Photo: John Spencer/DPIE