Mungo National Park and the Walls of China
Earlier last month I was able to visit a National Park in Outback NSW that's been on my list for quite some time. Mungo National Park is located in the Murray-Riverina Region of NSW. From the closest airport in Mildura, you can get there in just under 1.5 hours.
Within the Mungo NP lies the incredibly unique landscape that is the 'Walls of China'. Honestly, I'm not sure where the name comes from, but it's a place that has to be seen to be believed. This ancient lake bed is home to where the oldest human remains in Australia were discovered. We were told by the indigenous rangers that they are over 40,000 years old. They're often referred to as 'Mungo Man' and 'Mungo Lady'.
Now I'm sure you didn't come here to read, you came here to see the images I captured, right? Well here they are! If you would like to read more about the National Park and the Walls, check out the links at the end of this post :)
The last two images were actually captured just outside the Mungo National Park beside Lake Paika.
For more information about this incredible National Park, check out the links below...
As always, guys - if you have any questions about the location or photography, please feel free to leave a comment!