Driving into the park is like driving through a moonscape, it is quite surreal. It appears like you are driving through a crater of some sought, it is a wall that has been created by winds and sand.
The information centre was unmanned but had a lot of information.
We did the drive tour and had a great time just sitting and watching the birds and the emus.
We were dissapointed that we could not get out to the Walls of China without going on an organised trip. In all of the information we had read about the park, we did not find any information to say that they were accesible only by guide, we didn't know this until we arrived at the unmanned information centre. Given that one had left only 20 minutes before we arrived and the next one was not for a few hours, we were not able to go out there. It would. Be great if this information was more easily found, along with the times of the tours.
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