Mutawintji National Park

Mutawintji National Park occupies part of the tribal lands of the Malyankapa and Pandjikali peoples. Aboriginal rock-art galleries are a physical reminder of the long occupation of these lands, but the landforms themselves are also of spiritual significance, tracing the tracks of ancestor spirits. The park was returned to its traditional owners in 1998 and is administered in association with them. Tri State Safaris offers a one-day tour, when you will discover the park’s cultural centre that offers interpretations of local Dreaming stories, and then visit engravings and hand stencils sites. Walks are led by either an Indigenous guide or a non-Indigenous guide accredited by the local elders.

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