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The Janda has been well preserved and the crew were friendly and knowledgeable. The river is low in this time of drought. The stories about the river and life in the past where interesting and informative. I was fascinated with the facts about the old...More
We travelled up from Melbourne and were glad to arrive at the Park.
As others have noted, taking a map with you to the Park is a good idea as my GPS lost itself once we got off the Kidman Way.
Geo co-ordinates for the...More
I did this trip alone which I wouldn’t recommend for the faint hearted. Take plenty of water, extra petrol, and knowledge of car maintenance to be on the safe side. Some of the roads become very rough, rocky, and ‘corrugated’ so take your time on...More
We came to the park to do the Valley of Eagles walk to top of mountain from Bennetts Gorge picnic area. A quick 50km south of Bourke along the bitumen Kidman Way towards Cobar is a well sign posted entrance to the park along Ben...More
We stayed at the Dry Tank camping ground, which in October 2017 was VERY dry indeed! Lots of bees around looking for moisture but we didn't bother them so they didn't bother us! The camp ground has a composting toilet, which is always good to...More
Gundabooka National Park is easily accessed, suitable for all types of vehicle. The Dry Tank camp site has plenty of space with an extremely accessible toilet (ramp and rails). So peaceful but a LOT of goats about so be careful when driving in. Mulgowan rock...More
We drove in from the Cobar/Bourke road. It was quite a drive to the Mulgowan (Yappa) camping/picnic ground and should not be attempted in the wet without a 4WD. Good toilet and picnic table for our lunch. We only went to go to see the...More
The road into the national park & then to the art site picnic area was well graded & an easy drive.
The picnic area is very well maintained with a good outback loo.
The track to the art site is well constructed but sadly on...More
The drive into the art site is a dry weather only road. At the car park there are toilets and a picnic area. The walk to the art is short with some good views. The art is well preserved and easy to photograph