Tranquil, lakeside camping shaded by scattered River Red Gums and some Black Box.
29 sites dispersed around the lake edge (tables & BBQs, 3 WCs), backed by red sand hills to the west, with Cypress-pine and Buloke. Kangaroos are very common. Bird life is prolific: Emus, Noisy Minors, Parrots and Choughs are common and include water birds if the lake is full - Pelican, Black Swan, and ducks. The lake and creek complex contrasts with the rolling sand hills to the west, covered with Mallee and porcupine grass with some stands of Black Box and Cyprus-pine. After rain wildflowers abound. Lake Mournpall is the most likely of the Hattah lakes to contain water as it retains water for up to 7 years. Can be very hot and dry in summer, winter nights may be cold. Tracks through the park may be rough after rain or flooded. Gas fires are preferred.
This site is accessable by caravans in good weather.
from Hattah (68k south of Mildura, 38k north of Ouyen on the Calder [A79] Hwy): East 2.8k on the Hattah-Robinvale Rd, left north-east 1.7k (signposted), left north 8.9k (gravel) on Mournpall Drive, campsite signposted on the right.