Mungindi is on Carnarvon Highway (A7)
Mungindi is surrounded by cotton, wheat, cereal cropping and livestock farms. The town straddles the Queensland/ New South Wales border and is the only town in the Southern Hemisphere with the same name in each state, although the town has a New South Wales postcode. It is a thriving rural village which offers visitors interesting and informative farm tours when various crops are in season. For more information about these tours call into the council office Monday to Friday from 9.00am - 4.30pm. Cotton harvest begins in March and generally concludes around June/July, whilst the wheat harvest usually begins around Melbourne Cup Day in early November.