Imagine life for the ancient aboriginal population, view "stories" of Australia's indigenous culture, and experience what life is like in the great Australian Outback.
With this exceptional one day tour, Tri State Safaris offers fellow adventurers the unique opportunity to explore a privately owned station, located just North of Broken Hill.
Tri State has been given exclusive access to this area of cultural and historical significance. By joining this tour you will be one of the rare and privileged few that will ever experience the unique art works that are found here.
The site contains some of the most intriguing indigenous Panaramitee rock engravings you will ever see, and boasts to be one of the largest concentrations of this distinctive art style in Australia. Exhibiting over 18,000 recorded motifs (some of which have been dated back to over 10,000 years ago), you can really appreciate the skills of our early inhabitants who sat here crafting all those years ago.
More infomation on our 1 Day Rock Art tour or any of our other indigenous tours can be found at mutawintji eco tours
Pre programmed departure dates for any of our tours can be found on our Tour Dates page or contact us if you wish to travel on a date not listed on our bookings page.
Valid 1 April 2017 to 31 March 2018:
Passengers: from $230 per person (Children 5-13 years are half price)
Please note: There is no option to 'Tag-along' in your own vehicle on this tour.
Pick up from your Broken Hill accommodation 8:30am to 8:45am.
Minimum of 2 adult passengers required to confirm a departure. For this tour to operate on a Saturday or Sunday, a minimum of 4 adult passengers (or the equivalent fare) is required to confirm a departure.
Transfers from your Broken Hill accommodation, travel in fully equipped 4wd vehicles, morning tea, picnic lunch.
If you are joining us on an outback holiday and would like further information about Broken Hill accommodation venues that we recommend or what the Broken Hill weather should be like during your visit please click on our Links page or our FAQ page.
For more great ideas on things to do and places to go in the Australian Outback, check out the Tourism NSW and Tourism Australia websites.