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Mungo National Park is world heritage listed due to the discovery of the remains of two ancient humans. The park is filled with moving historical accounts and artefacts.
The most impressive and picturesque experience is the Walls of China, a massive natural land formation.
This is an incredible park but please if you go there take some water or bowls for the kangaroos. They are thirsty and dying ! We did not know and came unprepared ! Please help them ! Especially at the watering hole which is dried...More
so the missus wanted to check it out and i was hesitant due to us buying a brand new mazda mx5 and having to drive it on unsealed roads (gravel road) wasn't appealing but we ventured on. we drove really fast i guess because thats...More
Though Mungo National Park is one of only four World Heritage sites in New South Wales, its remoteness means that it is rather under-visited. There were only a few other people in the park when we visited. Fortunately, this means you can have the desolate...More
When I say everything is relative I mean it is whether you have never been to a National Park in your life or wether you have been to loads, especially in America? The park is listed in the top 25 national parks of Australia. If...More
A truly fantastic experience to see such an ancient part of Australia. You must do the guided tour to go beyond the viewing platform and explore the dunes and old formations.
Our guide, Lance, was extremely knowledgeable and great with adults and children alike.
Did you know that Australia has proof of one of the most oldest civilisations in the World?
We had no idea that practically under the doorsteps from Mildura lays a sacred Aboriginal site with Mr Mungo man and Mungo Woman from 50,000 to 40,000 years...More
The Mungo National Park has a tour available of the walls of China which is run by the national park and private groups. The national park guide Lance who is employed with the visitor centre was very informative, patient and helpful. Card facilities are available...More
It depends on whether you have a four wheel drive or not, and whether you are camping or not. This time of year is normally very beautiful, but it has been exceptionally wet, making it challenging if you don't... More
It depends on whether you have a four wheel drive or not, and whether you are camping or not. This time of year is normally very beautiful, but it has been exceptionally wet, making it challenging if you don't have a four wheel drive. The wildflowers and fauna are prolific and it is a really lovely time to visit. Autumn is also a good time of year when the temperatures are more stable and the nights aren't too cold. If you don't mind the heat, anytime is good spring through autumn. If you don't mind the cold, anytime is good! (Just take a good coat, because the nights are freezing!)