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Walls of China

Mungo Self Guided Drive, Mungo National Park, New South Wales 2739, Australia
+61 3 5021 8900
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When visiting the National Park, make sure you book on the Aboriginal Discovery tour to the Walls... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Gibbo1964
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Melbourne, Australia
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As we walked around we could feel the history all around us. In the middle of this arid land we... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Arthur P
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Melbourne Vic
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Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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Mungo Self Guided Drive, Mungo National Park, New South Wales 2739, Australia
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+61 3 5021 8900

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Reviewed 1 week ago

When visiting the National Park, make sure you book on the Aboriginal Discovery tour to the Walls of China. The tour gets you access beyond the boardwalk in amongst the formations.

Thank Gibbo1964
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

As we walked around we could feel the history all around us. In the middle of this arid land we have sand that you would find on a beach. We saw fossils and sea shells. Lovely time

Thank Arthur P
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We arranged a guided tour through the national park. Lance was an excellent guide. We drove to the Great Walls of China but because we were guided we were allowed onto the site. Lance was a wealth of knowledge showing us many artificers in situ...More

Thank KathrynS400SA
Reviewed 13 May 2017

We went during Christmas and it was 39 degree and therefore only did a short walk to the wall of China and the driving circuit. A lot of flies accompanied us during he walk so highly recommend to do it in the colder months! There...More

Thank Wiz2014
Reviewed 4 May 2017

Walls of China can be named as top of my visit around Mungo National Park. Beautiful and solemn landscape of a silent ancient desert, fantastic dune where autumn sky seem so close, some curious kangoroos. It all seemed very unreal and real at the same...More

Thank eni t
Reviewed 23 April 2017

FANTASTIC !! Definitely worth the drive from Mildura - 100 kms (84k of that on good dirt road) - we drove a 4WD but we did see others driving sedans etc. Walls of China is almost MOON Like and one has to see it to...More

Thank LeapingLizz
Reviewed 11 March 2017 via mobile

We camped overnight at the Main Camp in Mungo National Park. Up early the next day we visited the Walls of China in the cool of the morning before it got too hot. There was no one else there which adds to the experience of...More

1  Thank Enjoy_the_breeze
Reviewed 29 August 2016

Visiting the visitor center prior to doing the self drive tour is a must. On the wall there is a couple of A4 pages that you can photograph to help guide you around - there is a QR code that you can photograph for later...More

2  Thank CarolynNoel
Reviewed 27 August 2016

We visited Mungo NP with our APT tour group led by our indigenous guide Graham. The park is located about 160kms north east of Mildura on a combination of sealed and gravel roads and is doable in a 2wd vehicle. To gain access to the...More

Thank David S
Reviewed 28 July 2016

Walls Of China is one of the great visit National Park in Australia. If somebody plan to holiday in NSW this is the great place to take a rest . I suggest that you come this tour Walls Of China . @^@

Thank Swee Aun L
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