These are the Walls of China and, no, they are not in China. They are actually in New South Wales, in Mungo National Park which is part of the Willandra Lakes World Heritage site more than 300 kilometres southeast of Broken Hill.
In fact, there is much to discover in the Australian state of New South Wales, from the city of Sydney to the popular coastal towns and the surprising attractions of the Outback regions.
Although only fifth in size among Australia's states and territories, New South Wales is the most populated and offers at the same time a host of attractions to the visitor to Australia.
Photo: Walls of China © Tourism New South Wales