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The Mungo Track

  • Suits: Car and Bike
  • Distance: 70 km loop
  • Time: Most of a day to 2 days
  • Method: Drive or mountain bike
  • Direction: One way only (anti-clockwise)
  • Starts: Mungo Visitor Centre

A four-wheel-drive is not required, but the track may be closed after wet weather.

Be prepared with spare tyres and, if cycling, a puncture repair kit.

The Mungo Track circuit links all the main attractions of the Mungo landscape in an in-depth exploration – perfect for those who really want to get amongst it.

The track takes in a variety of landscapes, heritage features, lookouts and short walks, so a leisurely approach is recommended. The best experience is to take your swag or tent, stove and water and stop overnight at the peaceful Belah Camp, about halfway around the track. Here you can relish the silence and stars of the outback. Stopping overnight will be essential if travelling by mountain bike – unless you’re very fit, fast and in a hurry!

Detailed information on what you see along the way is provided on trackside signs, as well as in the leaflet “Driving the Mungo Story”.

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Drives & Bikes

  • The Mungo Track – 70km