Mungo National Park is World Heritage listed, and of enduring significance to the local Ngyiampaa, Mutthi Mutthi and Southern Paakantyi people.
All visitors, including daytrippers, will want to see the iconic Walls of China, located on the southeastern edge of Lake Mungo. If you’re not on a tour, and it’s not too hot, a bicycle is a great way to see this amazing feature, where millennia of erosion has created an imposing and entirely unforgettable landscape. Continue your exploration around the surrounding World Heritage Willandra Lakes region; it’s a 10km circuit from the main campground.
Visitors short on time can also talk the easy 1km Grasslands Nature Trail loop (wheelchair friendly) and catch stunning views from Mungo Lookout, both just a short stroll from the main campground.
4WD enthusiasts should take the scenic Mungo self-drive tour, an easy two-hour loop. Stop for birdwatching and picnic facilities at the Vigars Well and Round Tank picnic areas