Discover fascinating chapters of our natural, pastoral and Aboriginal heritage with a visit to Yanga National Park, one of the state's newest national parks. From Aboriginal families to explorers and pioneers, shearers and rabbit trappers, fisherman and campers - people have been visiting Yanga for thousands of years, now it's your turn!
Picnic with the family, or unwind for a week and enjoy a choice of settings, complemented by an array of new visitor facilities. Nestled along the 170km of Murrumbidgee
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River frontage are campgrounds, bushwalks and plenty of spots to wet your fishing line. Or if you prefer to keep your feet dry, there’s also a campground further inland on the plains.
Yanga National Park is also known as Murrumbidgee Valley National Park. It forms part of the Lower Murrumbidgee Floodplain, and includes extensive Murrumbidgee River frontage, wetlands, lakes and breeding grounds for waterbirds. It includes approximately 76,000 hectares of river red gum forest, black box ...