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Mungo National Park, Wentworth

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Mungo National Park, a World Heritage Site covering 2,400 square kilometers (25,800 sq ft), incorporates seventeen dry lakes. The central feature of the park is Lake Mungo, the second largest of the ancient dry lakes. Archeological remains of the Mungo Man, the oldest human remains discovered in Australia, were found within this region. A visitor center, where you can find further information and maps of the area, is a convenient starting point for tourists choosing to drive around the park’s renowned Walls of China, a series of wind-formed dune shapes on the southern edge of the lake. Keep in mind that the roads to and around the park may become impassable during or after rain, so plan your visit accordingly. Plan to visit Mungo National Park during your Wentworth vacation using our convenient Wentworth vacation generator.
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  • If you happen to be on a road trip and are near Mildura on the way to Broken Hill the do you self a favor and do the detour to Mungo National Park. This is one of those places that will have your jaw ...  more »
  • It was a last minute decision to visit Mungo NP but turned out to be one of the highlights of the month. We drove ourselves to the Walls of China in the late afternoon, to the beginning of the one way...  more »
  • A beautiful area, especially the walls of china is more than worth a visit (with a guide). With a little luck you can as the dark is enjoying a beautiful starry sky.
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