Belah Camp camping area

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Belah Camp camping area, Leanne Ansell-McBride

Belah Camp is a small campground 11 km from Vigars Well, the site of a natural water soak. It’s around the halfway point along the 70 km Mungo Drive Tour, which leaves from the Mungo Visitor Centre. No wood fires are allowed here; there are hot showers available at the visitor centre. Note: some access roads are unsealed, and not suitable for driving on after rain.


Who to contact: NPWS Buronga (03) 5021 8900 How to book: NPWS Buronga (03) 5021 8900 for Shearers Quarters and Mungo Lodge Camping fees: fees payable at self-registration stations

This campsite is located in Mungo National Park

At the heart of the Willandra Lakes World Heritage Area in the state’s remote south-west, Mungo National Park is a wild and arid moonscape. Many photo opportunities exist here among the eroded clay and sand formations called the Walls of China. At sunrise and sunset, especially in the winter, some amazing colours light up the sky and landscape. Scattered remains recall human occupation over 40 000 years, making the area one of immense international archaeological significance. Note: no petrol is available at the park; the nearest fuel is at Pooncarie, 80 km away.

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