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Copi Hollow Caravan Park
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Copi Hollow Caravan Park is located 15 kilometres west of Menidee and on the shores of Copi Hollow. There are three on site cabins, shaded powered and unpowered sites. There are clean and modern facilities. There is a boat ramp and barbecues for the guests to use. Ice and gas is also available.
Kinchega National Park
- Category: Menindee-Attraction
Imagine enjoying a picnic, in the shade of a majestic old River Red Gum, on the banks of the iconic Darling River. Kinchega National Park extends south from Menindee township in the Western NSW. Kinchega was recognised for its unique and special qualities in 1967 when it was dedicated as a National Park - the first in Western NSW. The Darling River at Kinchega was, and continues to be, significant in the lives of the traditional owners, the Paakantji people and the park is rich in culture and history. Kinchega National Park is a great place to relax, unwind, and immerse yourself in the sights, sounds and smells of the bush and experience the diverse and interesting landscapes of this part of far west NSW. Stay overnight in one of the campgrounds or at the Shearer's Quarters (bookings essential for the Quarters). Ensure you enquire for current road conditions.
Kinchega Shearers Quarters
Kinchega National Park is approximately 111 kilometres south east of Broken Hill. Located in Kinchega National Park. The Kinchega Shearer's Quarters provide an excellent opportunity to spend a night in the park without having to pitch a tent! The Shearer's Quarters is located near the historic Kinchega Woolshed. The quarter's offer bunk-style accommodation and bathroom and kitchen facilities are shared. You will need to bring your own bedding and linen (bed and mattress only are supplied). Bookings are essential. Contact the Broken Hill Area Office to book.
Menindee Lake System
- Category: Menindee-Attraction
The Menindee Lakes System begins on the Darling River about 200 kilometres upstream from the junction of the Darling and Murray rivers at Wentworth. There are four main lakes, Lake Menindee, Lake Cawndilla, Lake Pamamaroo, and Lake Wetherell created from a series of natural depressions that filled during floods. The Menindee Lakes and Darling River were a lifeline for early explorers and it was thought the Darling would provide a means to develop Australia's interior. The flows of the river proved to be unreliable causing difficulties with navigation and water supply and the idea of using the Menindee Lakes for water conservation was born in the late 1890s. Today the lakes and dams create a welcome water haven in the arid Outback landscape as well as a bird-watchers paradise where bird watching tours are highly recommended.
Welcome to Minintitja Accommodation - where you will enjoy a unique experience and delight in the recalled memories of time past spent travelling on a train just like this. All compartments are beautifully designed and well appointed. Your accommodation has been fitted out with renovated facilities, ensuring you will be both impressed and comfortable.