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Mungo Lodge has a restaurant, bar, a shared lounge and garden in Mungo. Featuring family rooms, this property also provides guests with a grill. Guests can have a drink at the snack bar. It's an amazing place for a get away from city life. Emu, kangaroos, historical places around and chance to see a full moon. It is worth the price.
Amazing location, food outstanding, restaurant staff so lovely. Great sunset tour with Steve. So much wildlife. So peaceful and relaxing. Accommodation was good too. Lovely porch to sit on and enjoy the sunset. Highly recommend!
Mungo lodge was excellent and the staff was exceptional we had a lovely time. We ate and drank at the lodge we were very impressed. The tour was exceptional with Ash the tour guide who was very knowable. We would recommend it to all our friends it was fabulous
Lake Mungo is an inspiring place with brilliant colours, fascinating history and geology and a must for all who enjoy nature and culture. The lunettes are under threat from advancing sand and erosion and must be preserved for future generations. It is after all our heritage.
Extraordinary to experience the ancient landscape of Mungo. Accommodation was clean and comfortable and the food was pretty good particularly in such a remote location. We enjoyed the sunset tour of the lunette but would have loved to do the tour with an Aboriginal guide via the Visitor Centre. Sadly booked out. We spent a full day driving around the park, and particularly enjoyed the Mallee walk and sense of space. Wonderful skies and the cleanest air during our winter visit.
The Shearers Quarters located immediately adjacent to the Visitor Centre and well out into the National Park is a comfortable place to experience the isolation and crisp silent ambience of this unique outback site. You do need to bring your own food and bedding but this can add to the 'glamping' style of the place. No email, TV and limited radio was a joy (short term). Make sure that you do the Wall of China guided tour. The weather in May was perfect for us, but significant rain would make things very difficult and summer could be roasting hot (although the rooms were air conditioned). Overall we had a wonderful and unique experience.
Managed to spend 2 full days. Enough to do the loop, tour of Walls of China and 2 walks which showed us both indigenous and pastoral history very well. Nighttime gathering with other visitors topped it off as a great visit.
It's an amazing place for a get away from city life. Emu, kangaroos, historical places around and chance to see a full moon. It is worth the price.