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Perry Sandhills, Wentworth

(4.1/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • We decided to visit Perry Sand dunes I a whim, passing by. The atmosphere and landscape was beautiful and eerie as we were the only people there. A must for photographers. 
  • It's safe to say that there's not much to do in this area so thank goodness for the Perry Sandhills. We were stuck in Mildura and couldn't make it out to Lake Mungo due to road closures, this place wa...  more »
  • I don't usually knock Aussie tourist places but unless we missed something we thought this was the biggest waste of time and were thankful it wasn't far out of our way. Everyone in town mentioned the ...  more »
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  • I returned here after 20 years and not much had changed except for a new picnic shelter! The magnificent River Red Gum everyone comes to see is as majestic as ever and well worth the short drive out of Wentworth to experience the energy of this centuries old tree in its unique setting.
  • Amazing expanse of red sandhills contrasting with flat land around. Take a toboggan for sliding down the hill. You can actually develop a great speed! So much fun! The San turns read at sunset. Very spectacular.
  • We went here instead of mungo's national park as it was closed due to flooding! But was a decent substitute.
  • you can get in there easily with a caravan very easily and a big car park to turn in. good stop for lunch or break, big shelter shed area to sit in, unfortunately no toilets, great for kids or dogs to run stupid. Our spoiled 4 legged (always a puppy to us) family member slept from 9pm to 9.30am after exhausting himself running up and down. One of my favorite spots.
  • Afew Kilometres before you get there, GPS says turn left, where you will be facing private property. Just don't trust google map. It's a beautiful place and very sandy.