Kings Billabong is a popular spot for walking, cycling and birdwatching. Within 2000 hectares of Park, there are abundant pathways, dotted with benches and information points.
To find the walk, turn east onto 11th Street from Deakin Avenue in Mildura. Follow 11th Street for approximately 5 kilometres and turn left into Irymple Avenue and follow for 4 kilometres. Turn right off Irymple Avenue at Kings Billabong Park sign and follow the Parks Victoria signs to the walk. Follow the 3.5-kilometre loop track past river red gums, keeping an eye out for the region's waterbirds, including ducks, spoonbills and kingfishers, and birds of prey such as whistler kites and marsh harriers.
Please note that the walking trail on this map is not accurate as it only allows points on roadways. There is a crusher dust track, with signage that leads to various walks. Signs show how long each track is. Please remember to take water with you. Mobile phone coverage may not be available. Please enjoy your walk and take all rubbish home with you.
From the Walks carpark, you can decide which way you want to go. There are interpretive boards to help you decide.
Park your car, unload your bike or pram.
This is a 7km one way walk from the Walks carpark or you can drive there directly by turning right onto Cureton Avenue from Eleventh St and turning left down Psyche pump road, after the lookout.
A nice picnic area with a shallow lake.