Welcome to Mungindi
Mungindi’s uniqueness continues as a town which straddles the Barwon River, with either side of the river marking the border between Queensland and New South Wales.
Not only does Mungindi have two police stations on either side of the border, but this quirky town runs on two time zones in the warmer months due to eastern daylight savings time!
Things to see & do in Mungindi
The 2.5km Mungindi Sculpture Tral, which starts at Barwon River Park, is an open-air art gallery installation that uniquely crosses the Queensland/New South Wales border in two spots. Featuring ten raw and rustic sculptures by award-winning local artist Tony ‘Nicko’ McMillan, who tragically died in 2016 at 54 years of age, the trail delivers a…Read More
Looking to soak those weary bones? Then Mungindi’s hot artesian pool will be a great spot for you to rest up, relax and rejuvenate for the afternoon in the mineral-rich water. The opening hours vary between the summer and winter months. For more information call the Mungindi Rural Transaction Centre on (02) 6753 2389.Read More
Have you ever wanted to go to Cameron Corner to see surveyor JB Cameron’s famous surveyor peg but haven’t quite made it? Then you need not go any further as Mungindi will fulfil this wish, and remarkably you can place your hands on the very peg that JB Cameron erected with his own hands over…Read More