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Mutawintji cultural festival

Mutawintji National Park


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In line with the latest NSW Government COVID-19 advice, masks are encouraged for indoor settings where you cannot maintain a safe distance from others.

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Book your tickets for the Mutawintji cultural festival at Mutawintji National Park, near Broken Hill. This family friendly 2-day celebration of Aboriginal culture includes dance, music and guided tours.


Friday 8 July to Saturday 9 July 2022, 10am to 9pm each day.

Mutawintji National Park
No wheelchair access
Medium. Suitable for all ages.

Adult $50 per person. Concession (seniors, pension and students) $30 per person. Child (5 to 16 years) $10 per person. Family (2 adults and 2 children) $110. Young children (4 years and under) free.

Meeting point
Evening events are at Two Mile dance ground. Pick up a map at the Mutawintji Visitor Centre when you arrive, and follow the signs to the dance ground.
Bookings required. For further information, email or call Tarlia Vines on 08 8084 2820 or call Leroy Johnson on 0459 378 677.
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This inaugural 2-day festival is a chance to immerse yourself in a unique cultural experience. Get to know the local mob and hear stories of their Land and People. At night, enjoy traditional dance and Wiimpatja music.

  • Friday 8 July, 5pm to 9pm – Corroboree, Two Mile dance ground:
    Visiting First Nation dance groups from around the country perform traditional dance from their group’s homelands in several categories.
  • Saturday 9 July, 5pm to 9pm – Showcase of local Wiimpatja music acts, Two Mile dance ground:
    You’ll enjoy musical talent of the Wiimpatja and get to do some dancing yourself.
  • Both days: Guided tours start at 10am. Bush tucker available from 6pm. Food and refreshments available to buy throughout the festival.

Enjoy a great weekend of celebration of Aboriginal culture and of Mutawintji itself. This is a drug-free and alcohol-free event.

For directions, safety and practical information, see visitor info