This inaugural 2-day festival is a chance to immerse yourself in a unique cultural experience. Get to know the local mob and hear stories of their Land and People. At night, enjoy traditional dance and Wiimpatja music.
- Friday 8 July, 5pm to 9pm – Corroboree, Two Mile dance ground:
Visiting First Nation dance groups from around the country perform traditional dance from their group’s homelands in several categories.
- Saturday 9 July, 5pm to 9pm – Showcase of local Wiimpatja music acts, Two Mile dance ground:
You’ll enjoy musical talent of the Wiimpatja and get to do some dancing yourself.
- Both days: Guided tours start at 10am. Bush tucker available from 6pm. Food and refreshments available to buy throughout the festival.
Enjoy a great weekend of celebration of Aboriginal culture and of Mutawintji itself. This is a drug-free and alcohol-free event.
- To stay nearby you’ll need to book a spot at Homestead Creek campground separately. Camping is not included in the 2-day festival ticket.
- To book a guided tour please contact Mutawintji Heritage tours to book online. Guided tours will depart from Mutawintji Visitor Centre.
When: Friday 8 July to Saturday 9 July 2022, 10am to 9pm each day.
Where: Mutawintji National Park
Accessibility: No wheelchair access
GradeMedium: Suitable for all ages.
Price: Adult $50 per person. Concession (seniors, pension and students) $30 per person. Child (5 to 16 years) $10 per person. Family (2 adults and 2 children) $110. Young children (4 years and under) free.
Meeting point: Evening events are at Two Mile dance ground. Pick up a map at the Mutawintji Visitor Centre when you arrive, and follow the signs to the dance ground.
Bookings: Bookings required. For further information, email or call Tarlia Vines on 08 8084 2820 or call Leroy Johnson on 0459 378 677.
Further information available at: https://www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/things-to-do/events/mutawintji-cultural-festival