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Mungo National Park in outback New South Wales.

These are part of a 30 km long ancient sand dune formation which stretches along the eastern shore of the dry bed of Lake Mungo.
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I guess it is a bit desolate, but I love the desert myself - it just goes on forever ... Its interesting that the dry lake has not seen water for 18,000 years. Thats some drought !!! :))


Thanks for the link - what a desolate place! Best visited in pictures, for me!


Hi Rebecca - the sand dunes are technically called a lunette and colloquially called the 'Great Walls of China' as the dunes are part of Gol Gol station and in the 1860's there were a lot of Chinese working on the station- a link for your interest ...


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