Mungo National Park is known for its longest continuous record of Aboriginal life in Australia dating over 40,000 years to the present day. Board the air-conditioned bus and your guide will entertain you with some local history and explain some of the native plants of the area.
At Mungo visit:
Mungo Lookout, views Walls of China from the other side of the lake bed.
Mungo Information Centre.
Historic Woolshed built by Chinese labourers in 1869.
Walls of China, a 30 kilometre crescent lunette of sand dunes once shores to the now dry lake bed shows evidence of ancient remnants and campfires clear evidence of the past. Walk a two kilometre distance of short easy walks to significant sites.
Includes morning tea and buffet picnic lunch.
Morning tea and buffet picnic lunch in the outback is included.
|$90.00 - $180.00|
Family prices available
|$45.00 - $110.00|
Days of operation:
Mungo National Park Day Tours run April through to October. Please contact Harry Nanya Tours for further information.
Mungo National Park contains the longest continuous record of Aboriginal life in Australia, dating back over 50,000 years ago. Who's better to tell the story of Mungo, than the traditional caretakers of this land?
Harry Nanya Tours has experienced Paakantyi Aboriginal guides leading the way. Tours explore Mungo National Park, departing from Wentworth, Mildura, or Mungo.
The Mungo tour takes you to the enormous flank of clay and sand that make up the Walls of China, and which surround part of the ancient dried-up Lake Mungo.
Harry Nanya Tours is named after Harry Nanya, one of the last Aborigines in NSW to live by traditional hunting techniques. About 1860, Nanya left his camp and vanished into waterless country with two women and a steel axe. He reappeared more than thirty years later, with 27 children.
Harry Nanya Tours is an accredited Aboriginal owned and operated multi award-winning business.
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