Explore the Mutawintij National Park via the 3.75km each way Homestead Gorge trail. The path weaves along the Homestead Creek, tracing the red rocky cliffs that shelter ancient Aboriginal rock engravings. The trail is also fascinating for the native wildlife present in the area, with wallabies, emus, goannas and an array of birdlife all common in the area. Allow about an hour and a half each way.
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