Sunset at Walls of China, Lake Mungo, NSW
Last stop of the Lake Mungo circuit
The walls of China
We couldn’t get a tour, so we decided to have a wonder around, respectfully not jumping any fences,
I fell in love with that tree from a distance, although I didn’t take my long lens with me so that was that.
A lovely local tour guide spotted my travel companion and invited us in, how kind was that!
Graham was really friendly and allowed us to wonder in until sunset.
My feet still full of blisters upon blisters from the last few weeks,
I went in!!!
YOU only live once!
Graham was also kind enough to give me not one but two bottles of water.
Really nice to chat with him and watch the sunset..
You can find Graham with all his local wisdom through,
Driving in from Mildura, Maps will tell you it’s about 3 to 4 hours, it took us under two hours with a few short stop. Although it did give warning about weather conditions.
Part of the circuit around Lake Mungo, NSW
This was the highlight of Mungo trip. You have to love natures art, Sand Dunes and mystery Roo Prints…
Was this to be my last selfie? Was time to head back, feeling a little heat exhausted, mmm think you have had enough water, think again.
Just one more look and click, just beautiful, I love natures art.
Almost like a mystery to see the size of these paw prints but no roos…
What a beautiful place, the sand dunes at Vigars Well, Mungo
Ok, ok, i know, the tourist trap, well it had to be done!
Took nearly 2 hours from Mildura, this was not far in, a bumpy corrugated road, hot and dry and plenty of dust….Image by Jim Worrall