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Sand erosion formation, Mungo National Park NSW Australia

Sand erosion formation, Mungo National Park NSW Australia

Mungo National Park in New South Wales is one of the most underrated attractions in Australia. It is a dried out lake bed with some of the earliest known remains of modern Homo Sapiens dating back 40-60,000 years. The formations such as this are very striking, but are only temporary. The sand pinnacles are eroding fast enough that you can see the changes on a year by year basis.

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  1. Pam says:

    Wonderful pictures. I lived in NSW in the mid 90′s. It is so beautiful!

  2. City breaks says:

    Australia is indeed awesome. I'm glad someone is focussing on the more rural parts of this vast country. In my opinion, to often people focus on Australian cities and urban sites. These are not bad at all, but you really need to get out in the sticks to admire what (in my opinion) some of the greatest sites in the world. (Keep up the blog by the way – really nice mix of content)

  3. Gringo Gav says:

    Australia is truly an awesome place to travel around! For some great Aussie activities check out http://www.yougodo.com/en/Search.aspx?cc=AU

  4. Gringo Gav says:

    Australia is truly an awesome place to travel around! For some great Aussie activities check out http://www.yougodo.com/en/Search.aspx?cc=AU

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