Mungo National Park covers most of an ancient dry lakebed on the plains of western NSW. During the ice ages Lake Mungo was one of a chain of enormous freshwater lakes. Today, a great crescent-shaped dune (lunette), the 'Walls of China', stretches along the eastern shore of Lake Mungo.
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|Lake Mungo||The "Walls of China"||The "Grand Canyon"|
|Top of the Dune/Sandstorm||The Dune||View to Lake Mungo|
|Erosion||Coloured Layers||The Woolshed|
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