Mutawintji National Park's Historic Site
The Mutawintji Historic Site is within Mutawintji National Park.
This site, which was formally handed back to its traditional owners, in 1998, contains one of the best collections of Aboriginal rock art in NSW. To protect its unique cultural heritage, visitors need to visit the Historic site as part of a tour.
Access to this area is only with an accrediated Commercial Tour Operator and by arrangement with the Mutawintji Local Aboriginal Land Council. Contact the Broken Hill (West Darling) NPWS Office for further information. T: 08 8080 3200 during business hours.
This is a remote area and you will need to bring all your own provisions, including fuel.
Access from Broken Hill is on the Silver City Hwy (sealed and unsealed) towards Tibooburra and look for the Mutawintji National Park turnoff on your right. From Tibooburra, take the Silver City Hway south towards Broken Hill and the turn off is on your left.
When travelling these unsealed public roads and those within MutawintjiNP, ensure you check with the local authorities for updates on weather and closures. Be prepared for extreme weather conditions, especially in summer.