Paroo-Darling NP Accommodation
One of the newest National Parks in Western NSW, Paroo-Darling National Park is fast becoming known for its mound springs and continually changing Peery Lake, cycling as it does through flood and drought and back again. The outstanding conservation values of this park are centered on the Paroo River wetland system, one of the most regular flooded systems of the arid catchment zones. Peery and Poloko lakes and their associated wetlands form part of the Paroo River overflow, the only unregulated river in the Murray-Darling Basin. This free-flowing river can still sustain its rich and diverse ecosystem.