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A full range of accommodation is available in Mildura

Balranald offers a selection of motels, hotels and caravan parks.

Pooncarie has a hotel/motel and Ivanhoe offers a caravan park, cabins and hotel.

Inside Mungo National Park, you can camp at Main Camp which is close to many features, and at the more remote Belah Camp on the Mungo Track. You can also hire bunkrooms at the Shearers Quarters. Facilities at all these places are wheelchair accessible.

Mungo Shearers Quarters

The Mungo Shearers Quarters are a great place to stay and relax. Photographed © Boris Havlica

The recently refurbished Shearers Quarters are in the heart of the park, right beside the Visitor Centre/Meeting Place and a short stroll from the woolshed. It's the perfect place to have an enjoyable and relaxing stay while you explore Mungo.

Facilities are wheelchair accessible and arranged around a central courtyard. The accommodation can cater for up to 27 people in 5 rooms:

  • Room 1 - 3x bunk beds
  • Room 2 - 3x bunk beds
  • Room 3 - 1x double & 2x bunk beds
  • Room 4 - 1x queen & 2x double beds
  • Room 5 - 1x double bed

You will need your own bedding (sleeping bags, pillows, blankets, etc). Four rooms have split system heating/cooling (limited, economical use is essential).

The communal kitchen/dining room has all utensils and crockery, fridges and stove.

Barbecues are also available in the area.

There are showers, flush toilets and hot water. We do request that you use water sparingly due to the low annual rainfall in the region.

Accommodation fees:
$30 per adult per night (16 years and over); $10 per child per night (5-15 years); children under 5 years free. Minimum charge of $60 per night per room. All reservations incur a booking fee of 2.5%. Vehicle entry fees also apply.

Book online or call the Customer Experience team on 13000 PARKS (13000 72757).
For last minute bookings made within 3 days before your stay contact National Parks & Wildlife Service Buronga office on 03 5021 8900.

Main Camp

Main Camp. Photographed © Boris Havlica

This is the main base for campers and caravans in the park, on the Arumpo road (on the way in from Mildura) and only two kilometres from the Visitor Centre, Meeting Place and Mungo Woolshed. Plenty of level, gravel tent sites are scattered amongst Belahs and cypress pines. NOTE: Pre-booking of camp sites is not possible.

The Grassland Walk starts and finishes here, and a track leading to Mungo Lookout.

There are free gas barbecues and wood fireplaces available for campers.

Visitors will need to bring there own Firewood as Firewood can not be collected on the park.

picnic tables, wood barbecues (bring your own firewood), gas/electric barbecues, non-flush toilets, amenities block. Flush toilets and hot showers are available 2 km away at the Visitor Centre.
Camping fees:
$5 per adult per night, $3 per child per night. Payment is by self registration. Envelopes and information are available at the front of the Visitor Centre.
Buronga, phone 03 5021 8900

Belah Camp

Belah Camp has picnic tables and plenty of campsites. Photographed © Boris Havlica

Belah Camp is a great overnight spot for people taking their time driving or cycling the Mungo Track, or for those looking for a secluded campsite. No fires are allowed, but there are plenty of level, gravel campsites spread out under the Belah trees. Facilities are wheelchair accessible. NOTE: Pre-booking of camp sites is not possible.

Getting there:
This campground is half way around the Mungo Track. The route includes unpaved roads, generally suitable for 2WD cars, though roads may become impassable in wet weather.
picnic tables, non-flush toilets.
Water supply:
There is a dam here, supplied by surface runoff.
Camping fees:
$5 per adult per night, $3 per child per night. Payment is by self registration. Envelopes and information are available at the front of the Visitor Centre.
Buronga, Phone 03 5021 8900