About this location
Kalyarr is the traditional Country of the Nari Nari People, who maintain their connection to Country today. There are thousands of cultural sites in the park, including hearths, earth mounds, stone artefacts and scar trees. When you're visiting the western Riverina, stop for a picnic barbecue at Lake Ita picnic area. Or if you're camping overnight, book your stay at Lachlan River campground. The next morning you can set out from there for a bushwalk along the Kalyarr cultural trail. Keep an eye out for red kangaroos, emus, wedge-tailed eagles and shingleback lizards. In wet years, Lake Ita fills and the park becomes a haven for waterbirds. Birdwatchers will be busy spotting uncommon species like white-bellied sea-eagles and pink cockatoos. After spring rains, stunning wildflowers transform the landscape with colour. Kalyarr was once part of the area's rich pastoral development. Old woolsheds and homesteads on the park are a great destination for history buffs.
One Tree NSW 2711
- Welcomes people with access needs, contact venue/organiser for details
- Caravan / Camper Trailer / Campervan Sites / Campsites
- Picnic Area