Darlington Point, together with Coleambally are part of
the Murrumbidgee Shire Council, with Darlington Point being
a historical river town established in 1864 on the
Murrumbidgee River. Located just 3 km north of the Kidman
Way-Sturt Highway intersection and 30 km south of Griffith
the Murrumbidgee River district around Darlington Point has
much to offer the visitor, with it's river environment and
majestic river red gums (Eucalyptus Camaldulensis).
There is much for to see and do, from bushing walking,
canoeing, fishing, swimming, boating, and experiencing the
diverse wildlife, including kingfishers, parrots,
honeyeaters, waterbirds, kangaroos, wallabies and possums.
There is the Cuba State Forest just 11 km east of
Darlington Point on the Whitton Road. The forest drive leads
to a number of beaches with basic facilities including
toilets and BBQ.