Mungo National Park Guided Tours

Mungo National Park Tours

Let our Mungo Lodge Tour Guides do the thinking and organising for you. Everything is taken care of leaving you free to simply sit back and enjoy the adventure.

Tour 1

Mungo Guided Day Tour

Transfers to and from the Park – Pick up Mildura and Buronga – Departs every weekday

Join us for an adventure you’ll never forget in the spectacular internationally renowned World Heritage Mungo National Park one of the world’s most ancient and precious cultural treasures.

If you’re looking to see as much of Mungo in as little time as possible then this combination is an ideal way to experience the best of the region. This tour has been designed to give our guests an exciting day out into Outback Australia and access to secluded, otherwise inaccessible areas of the World Heritage Mungo National Park, home of Mungo Man and Mungo Lady.

All included: –

Pick up from Mildura Information Centre 9am (March-November) or 8am (December-February), Mildura Grand Hotel, Buronga Caravan Park. Travel by coach to Mungo Lodge. Arrive at Mungo Lodge for morning tea (scones, jam & cream). Guided tour to the Mungo walls of china, Mungo woolshed and Mungo visitors centre. Delicious lunch at the Mungo Lodge restaurant departure for return transfer to Mildura Visitors Information Centre.

Easy – Duration 6 hours
$129.00 per person

Tour 2

Walls of China Morning Guide Tour

Departs every weekday from Mungo Lodge Reception at 10.00 am.

Join us at Mungo Lodge and journey into the Park.

Our local experienced guide will take you on an adventure you will never forget in the spectacular internationally renowned world heritage Mungo National Park. Tour to the visitors centre, historic woolshed, and then on to the Walls of China and into the restricted area. Unearth Mungo’s ancient story, home of Mungo Man and Mungo Lady.

Experienced local guides

Guided Tour to the Walls of China, Visitor Centre and historic Mungo Woolshed

Easy – Duration 2 hours
$49.00 per adult
$24.50 per child (5-16)

Tour 3

Mungo Lodge Sunset Tour

Departs every evening from Mungo Lodge

1½ hours before sunset time

Meet your guide at Mungo Lodge reception for an amazing experience you will never forget, our experienced guides will take you up onto the Wall of China itself and wait for sunset where the sands of time will change colour in the light, great clean light for photography.

Unearth Mungo’s ancient history home of Mungo of Man and Mungo Lady. Chasing the best sunset when there are so many lookouts at Mungo, can feel like a mammoth task but with this tour you get to experience the “best” of all of them.

The journey to the top of the Walls of China, which only allows for better views, and under the guide of an experienced guide into a restricted area of the park you’ll reach your destination for the perfect sunset shot with a stunning 360° sunset view.

Join us for an adventure you’ll never forget in the spectacular internationally renowned World Heritage Mungo National Park one of the world’s most ancient and precious cultural treasures. Our experienced local guides will take you on a journey through this beautiful land in safety, comfort and style.

  • Experienced local guides
  • Pick up and return from the lodge
  • Guided Tour to the Walls of China
  • Enjoy our abundant wildlife, with kangaroos, emu’s and birds along the way
  • Visit the Mungo Lodge emu’s and other wildlife for great photo opportunities

Easy walking – Duration 2 hours
$65.00 per person
$32.50 per child (5-16)

Unearth Mungo’s Ancient Story

Wander the sands of time with a Mungo Lodge guide into Mungo National Park. Explore the Mungo story and see the ancient dry lake bed and walk the Walls of China where scientists have discovered artefacts of this ancient culture dating back over 50,000 years across the expanses of the last ice age.

This makes Mungo one of the oldest places outside of Africa to have been occupied by modern humans since ancient times. See the footsteps and ancient fire places. See where Mungo Man and Mungo Lady were discovered by Jim Bowler dated to be around 42,000 years old.

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