Mutawintji National Park

Mutawintji National Park is one of the state’s best-preserved pockets of the outback, with emus, red and western grey kangaroos, and New South Wales’ only colony of yellow-footed rock wallabies (living in a suitably remote section of the park). Wedge-tailed eagles keep their eyes on the creatures moving in Mutawintji Gorge, which is also where you might see euros. Major Mitchell cockatoos often visit the river red gums at Homestead Creek campground.

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