mungo outback journey
from $3,150 per person (party of two)
from $2,000 per person (party of five)
Discover the animals and history of the Australian Outback at Lake Mungo in the Willandra Lakes World Heritage Area. Track majestic wildlife and travel expansive red sand plains sprinkled with Kangaroos, Emus, and Pink Cockatoos.
Expansive red sand plains and dunes, riverine ecosystems of the famous Murray and Darling Rivers and the arid land ecosystems around Lake Mungo will captivate you. Learn of the Aboriginal people and their culture dating back 50,000 years.
- 3 nights Mungo Lodge
- Full interpretation by experienced guides
- Entry fees
- Transfers to/from Mildura
- 3 breakfasts
- 3 lunches
- 3 dinner
01 Apr 21 – 31 Mar 22
subject to availability
until further notice
Australian Aboriginal people have lived and hunted beside Lake Mungo for 50,000 years. Mungo National Park is the site of the oldest cremation of any human – dating back 50,000 years. The region has been continuously occupied by Aboriginal People since that time – the longest known occupation of any land by any people on earth. Mungo National Park also offers a unique insight into climate change, its effect on human habitation and the environment over many thousands of years. Skeletal remains of extinct marsupials, the forebears of Australia’s unique suite of wildlife, are still found around Lake Mungo.