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. A visit to the Walls allows a view across the ancient dry lakebed of Lake Mungo.
All Aboriginal sites and objects are protected under the National Parks and Wildlife Act and must not be disturbed in any way.
Organised Discovery tours led by the Traditional Owners of the area are conducted during school holiday periods.
Parts of the park are wheelchair accessible
03 5021 8900
Mungo National Park
Pooncarie, New South Wales, 2648
Access Without Assistance for the Disabled, BBQ Facilities, Car park, Picnic Area, Public Toilet, Visitor Information Centre
Experiences you can enjoy at Walls Of China Mungo National Park:
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, Cultural, Historic/Heritage, Nature based, Outback