Tranquil, dispersed, riverside bush camping in River Red Gum and Black Box open forest with grassy or salt bush understory.
Bird life is prolific - waterbirds, cockatoos, galahs, rosellas, parrots and honeyeaters are common. There are a couple of level, shaded, riverside sites accessible via a gravel track 300m from the northern park entrance, to the left towards Emments Bend (beach) [all other access within the Park is dry weather only]. Regard these as the best Murray River camps in the Mildura area. Rated 4.3/5
This site is accessable by caravans in good weather.
From Red Cliffs, east then south east 40k on the Red Cliffs-Colignan Rd (Kulkyne Way) (last 2.4k gravel) to Park entrance; River Track (formed sand) runs a further 16k before entering the Hattah-Kulkyne National Park (and emerging in the Southern Section of the State Park), with occasional access tracks to the Murray River.