Australia: The Land Where Time Began

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Culgoa National Park

Highlights: Sit in the shade of the coolabah trees flanking the floodplain of the Culgoa river, watch the passing bustards, falcons, honeyeaters and cockatoos or the kangaroos and emus on the open grass plains.

Activities: Walk along the riverbank through coolabah woodlands or over sandhills carpeted in wildflowers following spring rains. There's a small camping and picnic area suitable for car-based and caravan camping (few facilities, phone for details).

Access: 100 km north of Brewarrina or 180 km north east of Bourke. Unsealed dry-weather roads only. Obtain directions before visiting the park.

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