Attraction - Aboriginal NSW, Natural Attractions, National Parks and Reserves
Mungo National Park is the focal point of the Willandra Lakes Region World Heritage Area. The lunette known as the 'Walls of China' is one of the main highlights of Mungo National Park. It is a 30 kilometre long dune formation which protects many thousands of years of human history. A boardwalk has been constructed to protect this incredibly fragile and sensitive environment.
All Aboriginal sites and objects are protected under the National Parks and Wildlife Act and must not be disturbed in any way.
The Walls board walk is available to all, however, a guide is required to go onto the Walls.
Discovery tours led by the traditional owners of the area are conducted throughout the year. Please view the 'Whats On' page of the National Parks website.
Tours are also available through commercial tour operators.
For more information contact the Buronga National Park Office.
Accessible at all times, except when it rains. Ensure to enquire if any road closures prior to travel.