This diverse walk starts behind the Meeting Place and follows markers across the ancient shoreline of Lake Mungo, climbs onto a low red dune and explores the wooded sand country beyond. The middle part of the walk offers some shade from two species of cypress pines and mallee eucalypts. This is one of the best areas of surviving pine woodland in Mungo National Park. A series of brief signs explain aspects of plant life, wildlife, landscape and park conservation issues.
The track loops back along the vegetated dune crest to rejoin the outward track and then follows it back to the Meeting Place. Alternatively, you can continue along the Zanci Pastoral Heritage Loop.
Drives & Bikes