Explore the captivating Mungo National Park with our all-inclusive adventure. Enjoy a relaxed informative journey to and from the park allowing time to take in the landscape as well as local wildlife. Begin your time in the park with a delicious home made morning tea at Mungo lookout, setting the tone for the captivating experiences ahead. Embark on an unforgettable fully Mungo guided "Walls of China" walk, tracing the paths of ancient history etched into the landscape. The 'walk & talk' guided tour of "The Walls of China" is considered the absolute tour highlight, likened to a treasure hunt in an open air museum with ever changing weathering conditions hiding and unveiling mysterious on a daily basis. Discover the allure (& smell) of Historic Mungo woolshed and immerse yourself in the stories of the region at the Mungo Visitors Centre.
Witness the awe-inspiring Ice-Age Footprint Display and admire the intricate Rock Sculptures that tell tales of time. Replenish your energy with a thoughtfully prepared Picnic Lunch, featuring seasonal fresh produce and refreshing juice. Join us for a day that celebrates the rich legacy of Mungo, offering a blend of natural wonders, historical insights, and culinary delights.
• Journey to & from park
• Park entry fees
• Morning Tea
•"Walls of China" fully guided walk
• Historic Mungo Shearing Shed
• Mungo Visitors Centre
• Ice-Age Footprint Display
• Rock Sculptures
• Picnic Lunch in the park with seasonal fresh produce & juice
All tours are subject to minimum numbers, availability of venues, seasonal weather conditions & road closures.
Tours may vary at operators discretion on the day.
Mungo Tours and a 90-minute drive into Australia's outback to Mungo National Park. Our private pick-ups from Mildura will add comfort to your journey. Join our skilled guides or opt for a Mungo self-guided tour, as we embark on an awe-inspiring day of exploration. Watch out for a vast array of native species of wildlife, found inside this world heritage location. Have a delightful lunch at the visitor center before delving into the history of Mungo. Tours are recommended to be booked in advance from our website, however feel free to also call for more information to book your tour today, discover an unforgettable national park touring experience with Alison and Phill.
A Mungo guided tour highlight within the ancient Mungo National Park. Relish the stunning views of the Mars-like outback landscapes with Mungo's ancient 'Walls of China'. Post the exploration, discovery's include Mungo ancient fire sites with remnants of old bones left from meals dated back thousands of years. To dive deep into Mungo's ancient history, Also featuring formations known as lunettes. Lunettes are eroded dunes that often take the shape of crescents and provide a remarkable geological record of the area's history. Book today for an unforgettable tour adventure.
In 1968, Lake Mungo's site was discovered, doubling Australia's known tenure to ancient times. The site is home to "Mungo Lady" and "Mungo Man," remains found by geologist Jim Bowler on one of his routine excavations through the outback. Their presence, dating 40,000 years ago, led to enhanced efforts for conservation of such archaeological sites. These exciting finds elongated Australia's documented human occupation, triggering an era featuring robust land rights movements and academic research which is why a tour of Mungo is now so well known.
Our tours are situated on the significant land of the Barkandji/Paakantyi, Mutthi Mutthi, and Ngiyampaa people in the Australian region of NSW. Our guides wish to recognize them as Traditional owners of this land, which holds deep connections with the an ancestral area of Mungo.
This confluence of traditional and modern existence also traces back to locations outside of Mungo National Park, including townships developed along the Murray River like Wentworth, Balranald and Mildura, this list of sites have tremendous cultural resonance. Our Guides would also like to extend their respects to their Elders, both past and present, as well as acknowledge the Aboriginal Elders of other communities.
Located in Australia's Mungo National Park (a world heritage area), Lake Mungo is an archaeological site in the outback. Near Mungo Lodge, this dried-up lake houses the world's oldest cremation remains. Besides the rich archaeological discoveries, the park is a crucial part of the Willandra Lakes region's national parks.
Photography and Media in Tours:
10.1 During our Discover Mildura Tours Mungo through national parks and various landmarks, we may take photographs or videos for personal and promotional purposes.
10.2 Tour participants who do not wish to be photographed or filmed should inform the tour guide at the beginning of the tour.
Cancellation and Refund Policy for Tours:
7.1 Cancellations made by participants joining our tour mungo, are subject to the following refund policy: A 100% refund if the tour is canceled [X] days before the scheduled tour date. Unfortunately, no refund if canceled within [X] days of the planned tour.
Changes to Terms and Conditions:
11.1 As a tour operator, Discover Mildura Tours reserves the right to update or modify these tour-related terms and conditions at any time.
11.2 Participants will be notified of any changes to the terms concerning their participation.
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