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.
Daily Travel Photo – New South Wales, Australia
Posted: November 23, 2008 Categories: Daily Photo