Kinchega National Park, Menindee

The Kinchega National Park is a protected national park that is located in the Far West region of New South Wales, in eastern Australia. The 44259ha national park is located approximately west of Sydney and south-east of. The park adjoins the town of. The eastern edge of the Kinchega National Park is formed by the Darling River.
The park is noted for its Aboriginal artefacts, left behind by the Paarkantji people, who travelled up and down the Darling River.
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  • Drove out to the shearing shed on a day trip from Broken Hill, unbelievable, truly inspirational from an artistic and photographic viewpoint. The light inside is awesome. With more time and a more app...  more »
  • Came here in the early morning before it got too hot. Really interesting buildings and history and little visitors centre Beautiful light in the shearer's shed. Would love to have stayed overnight to ...  more »
  • Top spot,the homestead and shearing shed were very interesting,so much of the original still remains,well done nswps,heaps of camping along the darling,some terrific spots,closes after rain,self check-in station, recommend
  • Enjoyed our brief stay...great birdlife by the Darling..

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