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Mungo walk the Walls of China tour

Mungo National Park

Overview

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When you visit Mungo National Park, take a tour to the Walls of China guided by an NPWS Aboriginal ranger. It's one of the most spectacular outback landscapes in NSW.

When

Outside NSW and Victorian school holidays

Monday 9 October to Thursday 16 November 2017 and Monday 20 November to Thursday 30 November 2017:

Tours run 2 times a day (9am–11am and 2pm–4pm) Monday to Friday

During NSW and Victorian school holidays (in September and October)

Tours run 3 times a day (9am–11am, 12pm–2pm and 3pm–5pm), Monday to Sunday.

Where
Mungo National Park
Accessibility
No disabled access
Grade
Medium. Suitable for all ages.
Price

Adult $50 per person. Concession/Pensioners $35 per person (on sighting of concession card). Child (5–16 years) $35 per person. Family $135 for 2 adults and 2 children. 

Entry fees

$8 per day for standard vehicles. $10 per mini bus (up to 8 seats). $15 per mini coach per day (less than 22 seats). $30 per coach per day (22-24 seats). $40 per coach per day (greater than 44 seats).

Meeting point
Mungo Visitor Centre, Mungo National Park. Meet at 9am.
Bookings
Bookings required. Phone 13000 PARKS (1300 072 757) or book online. You can also book on the day at the Mungo Visitor Centre 30 minutes prior to tour.
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Walk with an experienced NPWS Aboriginal Discovery guide back in time on the famous Walls of China. These sites have immense cultural significance. You’ll learn about the 40,000-plus years of Aboriginal cultural history of Lake Mungo and the Traditional Owners. You'll also hear about about Willandra Lakes.

You’ll be welcomed to Country and engage in a cultural experience unique to the Mungo landscape, offered by Aboriginal NPWS guides. You’ll follow the NPWS service vehicle to the Walls of China carpark in your own vehicle. Access to the Walls of China is by guided tour only.

For directions, safety and practical information, see visitor info

Sand formation, Walls of China, Mungo National Park. Photo:OEH