Things to do
Drive to the park entrance and read about the park’s wildlife and history at the display in the picnic shelter. Have a picnic or walk to the lake. Take your binoculars and go birdwatching. See wildflowers in spring.
Camping is not permitted in the national park. However, nearby camping is permitted on the southern side of the Bulloo Development Road (Adventure Way), but there are no facilities.
Holiday accommodation is available at nearby Thargomindah. For more information see the tourism information links.
Lake Bindegolly Circuit
Distance: 9.2km return
Time: allow 3 hours
Details: explore around Lake Bindegolly, skirting the lake edge then returning via scrub-covered sandhills. Follow the markers and stay on the sandy track to protect the park’s fragile vegetation. Wear a hat and sunscreen and take water. Note: sections of the walking track may be covered by water when the lake is full.
Extensive lakes and wetlands make Lake Bindegolly ideal for birdwatching. At times thousands of waterbirds flock to the lake to feed and breed. Birds commonly seen on the lake include pelicans, swans and a variety of waders. Wedge-tailed eagles, blue bonnets, pink cockatoos and mulga parrots are birds of the shrublands. Watch for reptiles and for red and grey kangaroos which come to drink at the lakes.
Walk rather than drive near the lakes and you will see more birds and preserve fragile ecosystems. A bird viewing site is 4.5km from the car park. Early mornings are best for seeing and photographing arid zone wildlife. See the description of the park's natural environment for more details about Lake Bindegolly’s diverse wildlife.
Fishing and boating are not permitted.
- There are currently no park alerts for this park.