Red sand, Mulga scrubs, Dusty roads in combination with lakes, rivers and wetlands make Currawinya National Park one of Australia’s most special national parks. The Currawinya Lakes, Lake Wyara and Lake Numalla, are an important inland waterbird habitat and declared a Ramsar Site. The two large lakes lie within a few kilometres from each other. Wyara is a saltwater lake, Numalla is a freshwater lake. The Paroo river, which usually is a chain of waterholes, but in very wet periods flows all the way to the Darling river, run through the park.