Mutawintji National Park

Mutawintji National Park is a parkdiverse with its rugged, mulga-clad, colourful gorges, rockpools and creek beds lined with red gums in theBynguano Range.

Scattered among the rocks and overhangs are galleries of Aboriginal rock art and engravings.

The park was returned to its traditional owners in 1998 and is held on their beahalf by the Mutawintji Local Aboriginal Land Council. It is culturally significant. Refer to Mutawintji Historic Site.

The Homestead Creek campground is on the main road and 1km from the visitor centre (self-serve). The campground has shelters, BBQs, toilets & shower facilities. There are also Day Use Picnic/Areas.

There are a number of walks to experience and explore along witha Wilderness Area too. The Wilderness Area requires pre-registration through the local NPWS Broken Hill office located at 183 Argent Street.

Enjoy the serenity of the outback and savour uninterrupted sunrises and sunsets along with the mesmerising brightness of the stars.

Travellers will need to be self-sufficient, as there are no shops nor fuel depots and we encourage visitors to carry extra water when visiting.

Access is on the Silver City Hwy NE of Broken Hill for approx 130km, some of which is dirt.

It is always a good idea to check on the road conditions prior to travel and planning your visit, as the areas road can be closed due to wet weather, both on and off park. This is a remote area.

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