Experience Broken Hill
Our one day tours are designed to highlight the diversity of Broken Hill and the
surrounds. If you don’t want to be part of a big bus group. Our award winning tours
specialise in small group travel in well-appointed 4WD coach vehicles.
Experience the Outback
It’s our big backyard, and a visit to the NSW Outback is alway rewarding and
memorable. Make the most of our multi-day tours and our network of
accommodation and attractions to get that extra special welcome.
Our award winning tours packages are for medium size groups travelling in our well-appointed 4WD Warrior Coach with your own accedited local tour guide to ensure you get all the local knowledge and history of our interesting region.
I've always wanted to visit Mutawintji and decided to do a tour with Tri-State Safari's, the area is so precious, however, i highly recommend the tour, as you can't go to the sacred sites without it. The knowledge and dedication of the staff at Tri State is fantastic and the views of the special Aboriginal artwork that has seen centuries is just amazing! I love landscape photography and there are plenty of photo opportunities and the flora and fauna is beautiful. There is no fee to go to Mutawintji, however depending on the tour you choose with Tri - State, your fee varies and can include morning tea and lunch. Tri- State are based in Broken Hill. This visit was a couple of years ago.
Thank you Geoff Spangler and Tri State Safaris for a fascinating trip to Mutawintji National Park. Even in the grip of drought this place has a special resonance.
We joined a safari to visit Mutwintji National Park last year and overall it was an amazing experience travelling through stunning outback terrain and seeing ancient rock art.We had a very knowledgeable local guide (may have been Geoff?) who was accredited by the Aboriginal community to provide tours in Mutawintji. We were picked up from our Broken Hill hotel for this full day outing.On reflection though I was kicking myself that I hadn't asked whether the business had an indigenous guide. I feel this would have contributed to a more authentic experience and would have been a proactive way to support and respect the Aboriginal community.
We were fortunate to have the guide to ourselves - I’m sure this wouldn’t always happen. He was very informative and knowledgeable about the Indigenous and European history. The walking and minimal steps suited my moderate strength and the guide was respectful of my limitations. We would recommend this tour to anyone with interest in indigenous rock art - colour and engraving.
Clark was the most perfect guide, oozing knowledge and information on pretty much everything! Fascinating history of mining, the local area and the natural history as well as indigenous culture and beliefs. Beautiful sites, amazing rock art, glorious walks...the perfect day out!
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