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Mutawintji cultural tour

Mutawintji National Park

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Join this special tour in Mutawintji National Park in the NSW outback and hear Aboriginal guides share their connection to their Country.


Tours run daily Wednesday to Sunday. No tour Christmas Day. Tours run 7 days a week during school holidays.

Tour time:

10am to 2.30pm EST. Please note the time difference between Mutawintji Eastern Standard Time and Broken Hill Central Standard Time.

No wheelchair access
Medium. Moderate fitness is recommended. You’ll walk 4km on a rough, formed track with some steps. Suitable for adults and children. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Adult $100 per person. Child (5 to 16 years) $40 per person. Concession (Australian pension, student and Veterans Affairs card holders) $75 per person. Family $240 (2 adults, up to 5 children). Children under 5 years free.
Meeting point
Mutawintji Visitor Centre
Bookings required. Phone 1300 072 757 for more information or book online.
Please note
  • Bookings available online only. No cash payments will be taken at the park.
  • If Mutawintji is closed due to rain or significant weather event your booking will be cancelled and payment refunded in full.
  • Catering is not included in your booking. There are no shops at Mutawintji National Park. You must supply your own food and water.
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Walk with an Aboriginal guide on this exciting cultural tour in the remote Mutawintji National Park. Take in the stunning scenery as you move through the ancient landscape rich in Aboriginal history.

You’ll visit two Aboriginal cultural sites during this 4-hour guided tour: Kuluwirru yapa (Historic Site) and Ngalkirrika (Amphitheatre). Take some time to admire traditional rock engravings and ochre stencils telling the stories of the continual Aboriginal occupation of Mutawintji. You’ll also experience an audiovisual dream time story of Kulluwirru and see the significant artefact collection.

Please wear a hat, clothes to suit the weather and enclosed shoes and bring drinking water and snacks.

For directions, safety and practical information, see visitor info