French: Région des lacs Willandra
The Willandra Lakes Region is a World Heritage Site in Australia defined by the UNESCO in 1981 and definitely a recommended mixed sightseeing location.
It is on position 200 (186, 168) in our monthly survey..

"The fossil remains of a series of lakes and sand formations that date from the Pleistocene can be found in this region, together with archaeological evidence of human occupation dating from 45–60,000 years ago. It is a unique landmark in the study of human evolution on the Australian continent. Several well-preserved fossils of giant marsupials have also been found here."
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(iii)(viii)

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