Enjoy an unforgettable journey back in time with Harry Nanya Tours to the World Heritage Listed Mungo National Park, who better to tell you the story than the Traditional owners of this ancient land. Local indigenous guides will interpret the native flora and fauna along the way.
Visit the Information Centre and the 135 year old Woolshed before visiting the spectacular 'Walls of China'. They were once the sand dunes that formed the shores of the ancient lake system. Mungo National Park contains the longest continuous record of Aboriginal life in Australia dating back 40,000 years.
Price & booking
Tour pricing information (GST included)
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Mungo Day and Sunset Tour
Cancellation and booking policy
Bookings can be made direct by phoning Visitor Information Centres. If booking through Information Centres then you are liable to their cancellation policies. All tours are subject to weather conditions. Too much rain can result in national park and road closures.
Tour starting location
Mungo National Park
- Off Road Driving
- Guided walks
Harry Nanya Tours is an Aboriginal owned and operated, accredited Tour Company which has been operating in the Sunraysia area for the last 18 years. You will find them located on the borders of Mildura VIC and Wentworth NSW at the confluence of Australia's' two greatest rivers, these being the Murray and the Darling. It is one of Sunraysia's oldest towns, being founded by Captain Charles Sturt in 1830. The area has been a home and meeting place for the Aboriginal people for thousands of years.
The indigenous guides specialize in daily tours to the world renowned Mungo National Park area where you will see some of Australia's most beautiful and spectacular eco-tourism areas. The local Paakantyi tour guides will explain all the significant sites and will ensure you see the many historic and cultural areas.
All tours are conducted in their own air-conditioned coaches. They also offer step on guides for coach companies, school excursions, and groups.
Join them for an unforgettable journey back in time
- Aboriginal Tourism Australia
- Visitor Information Centre