Mutawintji National Park

Mutawintji National Park, Broken Hill

Mutawintji National Park
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4.5
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Geoff C
Rooty Hill, Australia595 contribuciones
A must do when visiting Broken Hill
mar. de 2021 • Parejas
A must do when visiting Broken Hill. If driving a non 4WD car road out has approx 90KM of dirt to visitors centre, its ok just need to take is easy. Tour was fantastic learned lots about the local indigenous people by Keanu our guide. Saw ancient rock carvings and rock art which were great.
Escrita el 1 de mayo de 2021
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Dennis G
Melbourne, Australia30 contribuciones
Beautiful and serene with wild Budgies
dic. de 2020
Walked to the gorge and found the terrain amazing. Lots of birdlife around, especially at the campsite. Worth the trip.
Escrita el 29 de diciembre de 2020
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EndlessTravels
Greater Melbourne, Australia34.999 contribuciones
Hidden gem
dic. de 2020
Amazing National park that offers a bot of everything from indigenous art to waterholes. Good spot to camp
Escrita el 8 de diciembre de 2020
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trooo3
sydney180 contribuciones
Disappointing Mutawingee
nov. de 2020
I hate being critical but........ We went there 45 years ago and travelled from Sydney to Broken Hill. Mutawintji was our major event. We rang and found out tour times. We drove out well in time. The ranger never turned up. There were other travellers waiting too. There was no mobile reception on either network. The circular walk was barricaded off. The paintings required a guide. The Gorge walk was poorly documented. In fact all the signs need refreshing. We simply wanted to leave. The sign postage on departure is incomplete and we ended up travelling for 15 minutes in the wrong direction. If you must, plan to travel there mid year.
Escrita el 21 de noviembre de 2020
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pshippo
Bega, Australia77 contribuciones
Beautiful and spiritual
sept. de 2020 • En solitario
We all had a great time with our knowledgeable and humurous indigenous guide. Spectacular gorges and amazing history of the area over thousands of years. Huge corroboree ground. More stone carvings than can count. Easy to access hand stencil art. A must visit.
Escrita el 15 de septiembre de 2020
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kellyg27
Bathurst, Australia86 contribuciones
Hiking and camping
sept. de 2020 • Parejas
Our stop over between White Cliffs and Broken Hill. We really enjoyed the Gorge Walk, allow 2-3 hrs. The Rockholes loop walk had specular views, although we ran out of time to do the whole circuit, this loop also took 2-3 hrs. The camp ground had excellent facilities with showers and toilets.
Escrita el 6 de septiembre de 2020
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Bill S
Sídney, Australia218 contribuciones
Stay at the campground, research beforehand, book the historic site tour.
jun. de 2020
A highlight of our trip to outback NSW.
Do the guided aboriginal heritage walk (but call beforehand to find out when it's running).

In these covid times you're meant to book for camping with national parks - and definitely book in school holiday times.
The campground was adequate - lots of firepits, a gas barbq, toilets and supposedly hot showers (we missed the hot water).
[Check out the national park website]
Around the campground were many bird varieties - pairing up and looking for suitable tree hollows to nest.
Within walking distance of the campground are the Homestead Creek Gorge walks. Well worth doing - allow 1/2 a day to full the longer ones.
A short drive away is the Mutawintji gorge walk - this involves a 40 minute exposed walk across open plain to the gorge (20 minutes). Worth doing, but in warmer times do it early in the day and take water.

Highlight: Do the heritage site tour (run by Mutawintji Eco Tours, $50 per adult) - it doesn't run every day, and the timing was a bit fluid when we were there (just starting up again post covid shutdown) - they come past the campground around 9-9:30 in the morning. Or you can book and travel from Broken Hill.
The tour covers how the location was a meeting ground for aboriginal groups from a wide area. There are numerous examples of rock art and engravings, which Keanu (guide) explains. And he identifies many of the plants and their uses. You're mostly out in the open, so wear a hat and take some water. Allow 3-4 hours from the campground return. There are toilets in the visitor centre.
Escrita el 20 de julio de 2020
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Condor
1 contribución
Mutawintji
ago. de 2019
An excellent place to visit for a week or so. Easily accessible by all but the smallest car. Never had a problem with the roads in 6 visits.
Escrita el 8 de enero de 2020
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UrsulaHans
St. Gallen, Suiza601 contribuciones
Great
nov. de 2019
Difficult to get to - but worth it. You need an Aboriginal Guide to visit! Great landscape, great easy walk to see the rock paintings - mostly thousands of years old. To see the rock engravings you need to be in reasonably good shape and sure footed - it is a litte strenuoous to walk there. But worth it!
Escrita el 26 de noviembre de 2019
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Kaye
1 contribución
Don't Go!
nov. de 2019 • En solitario
Don't bother battling the awful roads to get there. The Information Centre is abandoned, no information anywhere, the Heritage Site says you have to have a guide, in 14 hours I didn't see a soul, and the Heritage Site is locked off from public access. Of the 5 cooking sites, not one had gas. Totally disgraceful.
Escrita el 2 de noviembre de 2019
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