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Murray Darling Wine Region - Wine, Wineries, Districts, Vineyards, Winery Tour Maps, Cellar Doors - Hay, Wentworth, Balranald - South West New South Wales

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climate The Lower Murray Darling Wine region includes the area in the far south-west corner of New South Wales, and is focused on the townships of Hay, Balranald and Wentworth, which lies at the junction of the Murray and Darling River. The Murray River marks the southern border of the region, and the western boundary is delineated by the Great Darling Anabranch and the lower reaches of the Darling River. The region is dominated by the two rivers which provide the lifeblood to the local communities and industries in a semi-arid area with a hot climate and low and highly variable rainfall. Some of the premier natural areas in the region are: # Thegoa Lagoon # Kinchega National Park is south from Menindee # Pooncarie # Mungo National Park - This world heritage listed area was once part of a large thriving freshwater lakes system that supported a large local Aboriginal community. Human remains, shell middens, tools, and animal bones showcase a long record of Aboriginal habitation stretching back for more than 45,000 years. The sand dunes and dry lake bed that remain today make up one of the oldest archaeological sites in the world with direct public access. The area is also significant for its unique native vegetation and wildlife # Junction of the Murray and the Darling Rivers at Wentworth # Perry Sandhills, just west of Wentworth.

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