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Walls Of China Mungo National Park

Mungo National Park, Mungo NSW 2648, Australia

Introduction of Walls Of China Mungo National Park

Walls Of China Mungo National Park is one of the most famous attractions of the Mongo National Park in the southwestern interior of New South Wales, about 10 kilometers from the Mongo tourist Center (Mungo Visitors Centre).

In fact, Walls Of China Mungo National Park is a group of large and small mounds, small and high waist, and only one or two people tall. These interesting landforms are formed by continuous water erosion after the ancient lake basin dries up, and the name Walls Of China Mungo National Park is derived from the name "the" Legend is as early as the end of the 19th century, after the name of the Chinese immigrants here.

The best time to enjoy Walls Of China Mungo National Park is at sunset, when this white sand chain and red fold rock, in the afterglow of sunset, turns from gray to yellow, and then from orange to deep red, forming the peculiar quirky, burning heat of Mongo National Park. The dry atmosphere contrasts strongly with nearby field emu kangaroos, hares and lizards. And the best place to enjoy Walls Of China Mungo National Park is the Red Top viewing platform, (Red Top Lookout).

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