Mutawintji National Park is a special place; you can feel it when you're there. You may not be able to quite put your finger on what it is, but this place will remain with you long after you leave. Mutawintji has been a significant place in the lives of local Aboriginal people for a long time. In years gone by it served as a place for large gatherings where business, social and cultural interests were furthered.
In 1998, after a long struggle by the traditional owners, their land was returned to them. It is now held by the Mutawintji Local Aboriginal Land Council and a Board of Management oversees the operation of the park.
Mutawintji has free entry. Campground fees apply.
Mutawintji National Park Historic Site tours are accessed through local tour operators. Contact the Broken Hill Visitors Information Centre or NPWS Broken Hill Office for further information.
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