The Wilcannia-Menindee section of The Darling River Run has a western and eastern route. The western route travels to the north west of Lake Pamamaroo while the east route passes to the south of Lake Tandure and crosses the Darling River into Menindee at the southern end of the township.
If you’re looking for a great outback experiences and location to camp along this section of the Darling River Run the Outback Beds member Nelia Gaari Station is located approximately 1 hour to north of Menindee on the Western Route and well worth a visit.
Take a Self Guided Tour of Menindee and gain an insight into the Menindee Lakes system and visit Kinchega National Park for some of the most iconic Darling River vistas, idyllic camping sites with abundant birdlife, wonderful fishing spots, rich pastoral history and an abundance of remnants from Aboriginal occupation including settlement sites, middens, ceremonial sites and scarred trees.
West Route: 154 km
- Wilcannia- Menindee West Road (MR68B) 139km (Gravel Road)
- Menindee – Broken Hill Road > Menindee (MR66) 15km (Bitumen)
East Route: 151 km
- South along (HW8) Barrier Highway (from Wilcannia): 8km (Bitumen)
- Right onto Wilcannia – Menindee East Road (SR10): 142km (Gravel Road)