Mutawintji National Park

This magnificent wildlife area features hidden gorges, waterholes and caves. The park is home to kangaroos, goannas and emus, and the only known colony of endangered yellow-footed rock wallabies in New South Wales. The park is a culturally and historically significant Aboriginal area, where you can see rock carvings, ochre animal paintings and handprints dating back 30 000 years, and remnants from ancient fire places and stone tool making. Tours available through Mutawintji Eco-Tours;

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130 km north-east of Broken Hill

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