Flanked by the Darling River, Kinchega National Park and an overflow lake system, Menindee was a real highlight of our journey inland. From river red gums to sand dunes, water birds to emus, this place has it all.
Storm moving across Lake Menindee
On the Main Weir Road
A rainbow bee-eater
Burke and Wills expedition set up base camp at the Pamamaroo Creek, where the smaller group with Burke and Wills formed to continue their ill-fated journey north.
Scenes from Kinchega National Park
Old Kinchega Woolshed
Sunset from our camp site