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Discover Aboriginal culture in NSW national parks

You’ll find plenty of ways to discover and experience Aboriginal culture within NSW national parks. Learn how to make a spear or weave a basket at La Perouse Aboriginal markets in Kamay Botany Bay National Park. Link up with an Aboriginal Discovery Ranger to experience over 40,000 years of Aboriginal culture at Mungo National Park in outback NSW, or allow yourself to be mesmerised by Aboriginal rock art – the oldest surviving human art form in the world – at Red Hands Cave in Blue Mountains National Park.

Aboriginal Discovery ranger in front of the Walls of China, Munga National Park. Photo: John Spencer
Mutawintji Historic Site. Photo: John Spencer

Mutawintji Historic Site

Book a tour to see Aboriginal rock art, hear Dreamtime stories, and learn about Aboriginal culture at Mutawintji Historic Site. This ancient landscape is located near Broken Hill in outback NSW.


Free park entry

Outback NSW
Mungo lunette (Walls of China), Mungo National Park. Photo: John Spencer/NSW Government

Mungo lunette guided tour

Take a guided tour of Mungo lunette (Walls of China) with an NPWS Aboriginal guide. It's one of the most spectacular outback landscapes in NSW and a must-do when visiting Mungo National Park.

Fees apply. Park entry fees apply.
Available on request.

Tours run most days. Dates and times are displayed when making an online booking.

Tour takes 2 hours. Meet behind Mungo Visitor Centre 15 minutes before the start of the tour.

Mungo National Park in Murray-Riverina
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