For latest information on services, roads, tours and events, please call Tourism Association president, Bill Elliott, on mob. 0429 915467, or enquire via the contact form.

Recreational

Parks, picnic areas, and other recreational facilities and upcoming recreational events and/or details on lawn bowls, tennis, golf and fishing.

Please inquire with Tourism President, Bill Elliott on mob. 0429 915467, or inquire via the contact form

Warrawong on the Darling

Addr.:

Barrier Highway, Wilcannia NSW 2835 (1.5 Kms East of Wilcannia township)

Tel/mob:

or mob. 0437 010 105

Email: Hours:
24 hours 7 days

Warrawong on the Darling is located on the banks of the Darling River and offers modern cabins, powered caravan sites (some with water frontage) and bush camping. The modern amenities block, beautiful scenery and lush grassy sites along the natural lagoon and river provides travellers the comfort they long for.

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Picnics and parks

There are many beautiful picnic areas along the Darling River, in and around Wilcannia

Included in the gallery below are some photos taken in Reconciliation Park (opposite Wilcannia Hospital, in Ross Street)

Details and photos of other parks will be posted soon.

Enjoyable walks along the river

There are a number of enjoyable walking and jogging tracks along the river that also offer some great photo opportunities.

The river can be viewed from Baker Park, in Reid Street, and if you stand in the right spot, a few feet from the foot of the yellow stairs looking downstream, you can get a photo of the old bridge without the new one being visible.

Steamers Point, on traditional Barkindji land, is on the right had side of the Tilpa road adjacent to the Golf Course, and again offers some great photo and bird watching opportunities.

Fishing

Fishing in the Darling River in and around Wilcannia offers a diversity of catch, including

  • Fish — Note: Murray Cod season closes on the 1st September and reopens on the 1st December 2018. During this period it is illegal to take a Murray Cod from any river in NSW.
  • yabbies

Relevant restrictions beyond those listed above will be posted when available.