At Paroo-Darling National Park, you'll find the Paroo Overflow, the only unregulated river in the Murray-Darling Basin and an area of outstanding conservation value and natural beauty.
Spend a couple of days exploring the park - paddle or walk around Peery Lake, you'll be amazed by the birdlife - 60,000 birds were recorded in a recent survey. There are heaps of informal spots for a picnic - choose your own scenic place - and camping is available at Coach and Horse campground in the Wilga section of the park. Be sure to bring your fishing rod along to this popular fishing spot.
With its frequent floods, this area is also the traditional home to the Ngiyeempaa and Paakantyi people and since European settlement has been an important pastoral area. The area's rich history is waiting for you to discover.
The Darling River at Coach and Horses campground. Photo: John Spencer © DPIE
Darling pea, Paroo-Darling National Park. Photo: Julieanne Doyle © DPIE
An emu and young at Coach and Horses campground, Paroo-Darling National Park. Photo: John Spencer
Peery Lake in Paroo Darling National Park. Photo: John Spencer © DPIE
Peery Rock Outcrop, Paroo-Darling National Park. Photo: Julieanne Doyle © DPIE