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Mutawintji National Park

Broken Hill, New South Wales, Australia
+61 8 8088 2389
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Amazing country

Clean, tidy campsites, great walking tracks and aboriginal heritage that leaves you speechless. Be... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Bede4T
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Wagga Wagga, Australia
Beautiful but remote

We camped at The Homestead camp ground for 2 nights in windy cool conditions. The camp ground is... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
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Broken Hill, New South Wales, Australia
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Clean, tidy campsites, great walking tracks and aboriginal heritage that leaves you speechless. Be prepared for the smell of dead roos at the dried up waterholes due to the drought.

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We camped at The Homestead camp ground for 2 nights in windy cool conditions. The camp ground is large but accommodates a lot of campers. The water is clean and clear but we boiled it. There were gas bbqs and gas hot plates and shelters...More

1  Thank debbiew212018
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Reviewed 10 July 2018

Such a rich experience to be guided through the history of this land. The vastness, rich colours and the sense of country was truly remarkable. Our guide from Tri State was super knowledgeable. The story telling from elders from past was such a privilege to...More

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Reviewed 8 July 2018 via mobile

I booked in for a tour, with one of the accredited agencies - arrived per quoted time, only to learn the tour had left already. The change between CST and AEST seems to lead to confusion all around (though I did twice confirm...) Won’t name...More

Thank Luke K
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Reviewed 11 June 2018

I done a full day tour with Tri State safaris, but it is possible for people to explore some of the walking trails without a guide, They have a nice camping ground with a shower and toilet, a number of the "sacred sites are only...More

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Reviewed 11 June 2018

One of Australia's great national parks. Fantastic walking trails and the Historic Heritage Tour is a must do. Our aboriginal guide Janine, was informative and a great help in understanding indigenous culture. We spent half a day with her making the $20 per person fee...More

1  Thank Geggy1
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Reviewed 25 April 2018

Travelled with Tri-State Safaris and our driver, Paul, was a wealth of local knowledge. He opted to come back to Broken Hill by an alternate route and showed us a wide range of local country-side. A fairly easy walk took us to the cave paintings...More

1  Thank Tonbou
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Reviewed 21 April 2018 via mobile

An Aboriginal sacred place. Drought stricken when i visited, which in its own way is beautiful. Walked in silence and respect. Pure beauty in every step.

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Reviewed 8 January 2018 via mobile

Out of the way, beautiful and peaceful National park. Enjoyable contrasting walks in gorges, rocky hill ridges and creek beds. Aboriginal paintings and carvings. Excellent facilities - showers and gas bbqs. In spring and autumn would be perfect retreat. Lots of Kangaroos and other nature.

2  Thank Nevill I
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Reviewed 8 November 2017 via mobile

Mutawintji National Park. NSW On a recent Outback road trip, a small group of us had the good fortune to see what seems to me to be one of the greatest undiscovered and unknown Indigenous Sacred Sites in Australia. We camped 2 nights, doing a...More

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kerbar
6 April 2018|
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Response from rednedbj | Reviewed this property |
It is bitumen to the turn off, on the Tibooburra toad, then some black to , and a fair bit of hard dirt. Bit of an effort, but worth the 130 odd lm trip in, then back again. Hope this helps . John
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Lisa P
16 December 2017|
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Response from rednedbj | Reviewed this property |
No, but the roads are a bit rough, a lot of dirt. It may be these best have a 4 wd caravan, I would recommend camping, as it is an easier option. There is no power. Hope this helps. John
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