With a variety of towns and attractions to visit on your journey, Wakool Shire is the perfect gateway to one of NSW’s newest national Parks- Yanga.
Yanga Station was one of the oldest and largest properties in the Riverina established in 1840’s. These days it’s a national park which celebrates both its pastoral history and natural wonders.
fascinating passages of our history by joining a regular guided tour of the historic 1870s drop log homestead or during a “Discovery” program run over most school holidays.
with those who lived and worked at Yanga in the state-of-the-art exhibition housed in the quaint Cook’s Cottage a short stroll from the homestead. Connect with nature on scenic lookouts, walks and the bird hide or camp in one of three very different campgrounds dotted around the park.
the century old Yanga Woolshed built to house 3000 sheep with extensive interpretive panels explaining everything from Gwandana geology to the river boat trade or just soak up the atmosphere of the tranquil Murrumbidgee River.
Whatever your plans, don’t miss a visit to Yanga National Park. How to get there…
Situated at the very top of the Wakool Shire on the Sturt Hwy, Yanga National Park is only 10km from the town of Balranald with most attractions only a couple of Kilometres off the sealed highway.