Have you ever wanted to go to Cameron’s 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 a century ago. It gets better; the One Ton Post is the original survey peg whereas Cameron’s Corner has sadly had to replace theirs with a cement marker.
The Barwon River Parkland is your next spot, where one foot can step you over the border into New South Wales. The shady trees offer an ideal place to picnic, fish and rest before continuing on your journey.
Looking to soak those weary bones? Then Mungindi’s hot artesian pool will be great spot for you to rest up, relax and rejuvenate for the afternoon in the mineral rich water. Opening hours vary between the summer and winter months. On the northern outskirts of Mungindi sits the iconic Two Mile Hotel. Enjoy a counter meal and play a game of pool in true pub style while listening to tunes from the jukebox. The ‘2 Mile’ as it’s locally known, also offers a handful of motel rooms and backpacker accommodation.
The Mungindi Rural Transaction Centre will provide further information on any tourist information queries.