You stand on the top of the hill and feel as though you are on the edge of the world. It's from this point that your breath is taken away, your eyes are opened and your mind tries to comprehend the hugeness of the Australian outback.
The plains are so wide, so flat and so devoid of trees and shrubs that you can see the curvature of the earth.
The hills in the distance, that seem relatively close, are actually more than 100kms away - across the border in South Australia!
It's a magnificent and breathtaking sight.
The premium time of day to visit Mundi Mundi is at sunset. The colours change every minute and grow in intensity as the sun finally dips below the horizon.
It's an unforgettable Australian outback desert experience.
Take the time to drink it all in - sit down, relax in a chair with a chilled drink and just enjoy. There are no facilities - no tables, no benches, no shade, no toilets. You probably won't get mobile phone service and, apart from other people pulling into the lookout, you're unlikely to see a passing car.
For photographers, it's a dream. Set up your camera and go nuts. In the area, you'll see emu's, kangaroos, Sturt's Desert Pea and Emu Wrens, but mostly you'll see the best sunset that you're likely to ever see.
Broken Hill is a remote city in the New South Wales outback. Although in New South Wales, the city is very close to the South Australian border and uses the same time zone and phone area code and receives Adelaide TV and radio stations.
The city is 1,160km (721 miles) west of Sydney and 511km (318 miles) north east of Adelaide