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Mungo National Park is a special place for me, and not just because it is overwhelmingly beautiful, but also due to the fact that it was the first NSW Outback place I’ve travelled to – this was the beginning, beginning of my long never ending plan to see every corner of Australia.

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Sand dunes are definetly among the list of a must see attractions of the Coffin Bay National Park. Dunes are located along the ocean beaches and stretch for kilometres in length and width. A 10 kilometre Gunyah Beach is one of the good spots with a stripe of sand dunes about 1 kilometer in width.

Coffin Bay National Park is located on the southern part of the Eyre Peninsula, approximately 50 kilometres west of Port Lincoln. Read more…

Nambung National Park, known as Pinnacles, is located approximately 250 km North from Perth and 25 kilometres South from Cervantes. Road from Cervantes is sealed and goes through the bush and hills populated by kangaroos and emus, so be careful especially when it’s dark.

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