Ancient Landscapes and Sacred Sites: an archaeological exploration of Far Western NSW
Discover ancient landscapes, archaeological treasures and sacred Indigenous sites at the spectacular Mungo and Mutawintji national parks and delve into the intriguing colonial history of this remote corner of NSW.
Explore the spectacular Mutawintji National Park with its superb rock engravings and sacred Aboriginal sites, and admire the rugged beauty of its vibrant red colour gorges.
Explore the World Heritage-listed Mungo National Park and learn about the significant archaeological discoveries of Mungo Lady and Man, evidence of human history and culture in the region dating back thousands of years. Appreciate the breathtaking lunar landscapes of the so-called Walls of China, formed over thousands of years of erosion.
Visit Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery, the oldest art gallery in regional NSW, and learn about the town’s colourful colonial and mining history.
You may like to attend the upcoming talk with Alex McKay on Saturday 10 July at The Art Gallery of NSW. For more information, click here.
In the spirit of reconciliation, the Art Gallery Society of New South Wales and Renaissance Tours acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of Country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.
WARNING: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are warned that this brochure may contain names and images of deceased persons.
This tour is part of the World Art Tours program organised by the Art Gallery Society of NSW in partnership with Renaissance Tours.