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Better than the real Great Wall of China (well maybe)

Beautiful dune, desert landscape in a harsh environment. Blue skies, pre-historic animal bones... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Andyjam2110
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Newcastle, Australia
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Amazing scenery and a great day. Tour guide was good value. Food provided as part of 99 dollar fee... read more

Reviewed 5 September 2018
Mike O
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Melbourne, Australia
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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 via mobile

Beautiful dune, desert landscape in a harsh environment. Blue skies, pre-historic animal bones, cataclysmic origins, 40000 human remains. Mungo NP has all these and the GWoC give you an opportunity to experience these interesting features. Pretty good if you ask me. Hot tip: do the...More

Thank Andyjam2110
Reviewed 5 September 2018

Amazing scenery and a great day. Tour guide was good value. Food provided as part of 99 dollar fee ok. Just make sure you glue your fillings in!!! The 90 minute bus drive is crazy rough.

Thank Mike O
Reviewed 2 September 2018

OUTBACKGEO Adventures. Great tour & Great tour guide German (pronounced Herman), Awesome place.Watched Moon rise in the East as the Sun set in the West. Walls of China are breathtaking & walking where man has walked for over 40.000 Years is special. There are more...More

Thank juilleholland255
Reviewed 28 August 2018

If your a keen photographer, Mungo NP and the Walls of China are a must do location. The unique lunettes and twisted trees in and around the Walls of China and Viggers Well provide so chances to take specials images every single day. Viggers has...More

Thank SGB-070
Reviewed 7 June 2018

We drove from Pooncarie for the day so were only able to do the 1pm tour which was quite hot even in May....so ideally it would be great to stay out there to do either the morning tour or I'd imagine the sunset tour would...More

Thank razza61
Reviewed 2 May 2018

The artistic natural beauty of this place is breathtaking - easy to see why it is heritage listed. Sculpted over thousands of years & preserved for all those who travel out of the way for such experience.

Thank Harry P
Reviewed 6 February 2018

This is definately a must visit. Attempt to be there at 8am for the National Parks and Wildlife tour and get the most informative tour you will get. Also starting at 8am you will miss the heat as you will be back at the centre...More

Thank allanhobbs
Reviewed 5 January 2018

This place is truly special. Do yourself the favor and visit the small but well-presented visitors center prior to your visit to the Walls of China as this will help you fully appreciate your visit to the spectacular white/red sand/clay dunes. Lots of kangoos around....More

1  Thank Coldings
Reviewed 4 January 2018

This tour is a must, it is more than a geological formation - it is a critical part of Australian history (sadly we didn't get taught this when I was at school). We had an exceptional guide, Ivan, who was friendly and very knowledgeable. There...More

Thank leisurelymonkey
Reviewed 3 October 2017

We went on a supposedly 'guided tour' but our guide if honest was a little taciturn and not at all forthcoming at times! We were left at an old sheep station for an hour to 'look around' ..........and told there was a video running in...More

2  Thank eunice h
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Indaus
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You can visit Walls of China for free and without a guide if you stay on the board walks and look at the signs. With a guide (either private tour companies or National Park service), visitors are taken off the board walks... More
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