1 Day Mutawintji National ParkTour

From AUD $230.00
  • Duration: 8 Hours (approx.)
  • Location: NSW
  • Product code: 1DMUTA

Discover some of the most culturally significant indigenous artworks in Australia, at one of the country’s most sacred aboriginal sites – this is our most popular one day tour and is always in high demand!

Highlights:

  • Interpretive walks to the Aboriginal rock engravings and hand stencil sites within Mutawintji’s restricted access Historic Site.
  • An audio-visual presentation telling the traditional dreamtime and creation story of Mutawintji, prepared by the indigenous custodians.
  • Great Outback landscapes
  • Spot some of Australia’s magnificent native wildlife in their natural environment
Mutawintji (pronounced moot-a-wint-ji) National Park, the sacred heart of the Byngnano Ranges, was once a busy meeting place for Australia’s ancient indigenous inhabitants. Their dreamtime stories, history and teachings adorn rocks and caverns, as stencils and engravings, providing a unique insight into the life & culture of the Australian aboriginal people. Mutawintji holds evidence of Aboriginal occupation dating back over 8,000 years.

This tour will take you on a 4WD adventure from the ever-changing landscapes of the Barrier Ranges to the spectacular gorges and caverns of Mutawintji National Park. With its creeks and rock holes lined with majestic river red gums, Mutawintji means “place of green grass and water holes”.

All of our tours have Advanced Eco Certification and National Tourism Accreditation.

Pick up from your Broken Hill accommodation 8:00am to 8:15am. (During the summer months this tour may depart earlier to avoid the heat of the day)

Minimum of 4 adult passengers required to confirm a departure. For this tour to operate on a Saturday or Sunday, a minimum of 4 adult passengers (or the equivalent fare) is required to confirm a departure.

Inclusions:Transfers from your Broken Hill accommodation, travel in fully equipped 4wd vehicles,  morning tea, picnic lunch and park entry.

If you are joining us on an outback holiday and would like further information about Broken Hill accommodation venues that we recommend or what the Broken Hill weather should be like during your visit please click on our Links page or our FAQ page.

For more great ideas on things to do and places to go in the Australian Outback, check out the Tourism NSW and Tourism Australia websites.