Mamanga Campground - Yanga National Park

National Park - New South Wales


Turn off Windomal Road at GPS -34.678166, 143.520469 onto Mamanga Camp Road then veer left at GPS -34.672388, 143.519286 then veer right at GPS -34.669821, 143.51397 and follow until you reach the campsites.

Camp on the banks of Murrumbidgee River at Mamanga campground, located near Balranald in Yanga National Park, part of Murrumbidgee Valley National Park. A large, secluded area, Mamanga campground features two sections – one for tent camping and another more open section for caravans and motor homes.

Set up your campsite among the surrounding native bushland and spot animals and birds living in striking river red gums and black box eucalypts. Take a walk along the floodplain and look closely at the trees, many are bark-scarred, and show evidence of the area’s Aboriginal heritage.

Go fishing, swimming, kayaking or canoeing in the river, try mountain biking to one of the park’s great picnic spots or take a self-guided tour through nearby Yanga Woolshed.

Activities: camping, fishing, paddling, birdwatching, swimming

Natural setting: semi-arid woodlands

Cultural heritage: bark canoe scar trees are evidence of prior Aboriginal occupation of this site.

Getting there: Mamanga campgound is located in the Woolshed precinct of Yanga National Park. To get there:

  • From Balranald, travel east along Sturt Highway for 2km.

  • Turn right onto Windomal Road

  • Continue for approximately 4.2km before turning right at the sign to Mamanga campground

  • The turn-off is 1.2km past the turn-off to Yanga Woolshed.

Facilities: non-flush toilets, picnic tables, wood barbecues

Water supply: Tank water is available, but not suitable for drinking, so please bring your own drinking water.

Our favourite place for an overnight (or longer) stop when travelling between Adelaide and Canberra.
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