Mutawintji National Park | School holiday special
These family-friendly prices will give you more reason to travel Outback for the school holidays!
Passengers can save up to $50 per person on 1-day Mutawintji tours, while children joining the Historic Site tour travel absolutely free.
About the tour
Mutawintji (pronounced moot-a-wint-ji) National Park, was once a busy meeting place for Australia’s ancient indigenous inhabitants. Their dreamtime stories, history and teachings are taught through depictions such as stencils and engravings. Such artworks are abundant here, providing a unique insight into the life & culture of the Australian aboriginal people. Mutawintji holds evidence of Aboriginal occupation dating back over 8,000 years.
This tour includes access into the restricted access Historic Sites, which have been closed to the general public. To preserve the history of this significant area, all of our guides have received training and accreditation by the traditional land owners. As well as indigenous culture, there are abundant opportunities to spot local bird and wildlife in their natural habitats.
Available 16th – 29th April
Passengers (adult): $180 per person (save $50)
Passengers (child): $90 per person (save $25)
All tag-along children (0-13 years) joining our 2.5 hour Historic Sites tour are free!
Passengers – travel in fully kitted 4WD vehicle from Broken Hill to Mutawintji National Park. This option includes full commentary, lunch and morning tea
Tag-alongs ex Broken Hill – travel in your own vehicle in a group with full commentary provided by UHF radio. Lunch and morning tea provided. Tag-alongs ex Mutawintji National Park (Historic Site tour) – meet us at Mutawintji National Park to join a 2.5 hour Historic Sites tour. No meals provided. Tag-along positions only available on confirmed departure dates due to minimum number requirements.
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