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Things to do
A bush camping area with no facilities is located on the banks of Lake Nuga Nuga.
Camping permits are required and fees apply. A tag with your booking number must be displayed at your camp site.
A range of holiday accommodation is available in and around Roma, Injune and Rolleston. For more information see the tourism information links.
Nuga Nuga National Park favours low-impact nature-based activities, such as nature observations, photography and bushwalking. Birdwatching can be rewarding, with more than 150 different birds recorded in the park and on Lake Nuga Nuga.
Nuga Nuga has no visitor facilities or formal walking tracks. Visitors need to be mindful of their safety in this remote park. Take a compass when exploring.
Large numbers of birds such as pelicans, black swans, magpie geese, brolgas and grey teal and many others use the lake. Lake Nuga Nuga is a great place for photography especially when the lillies are flowering. Read more about the wildlife in Nuga Nuga National Park in Nature, culture and history.