Ngaut-ngaut Conservation Park - Indigenous Tours

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Come and explore the picturesque landscape of the Ngaut Ngaut Conservation Park and discover a unique insight into the traditional landowners, the Nganguraku people. This culturally and historically significant conservation park is best accessed through a guided tour with an experienced guide from the Mannum Aboriginal Community Association. The guided tours aim to promote cross-cultural understanding and school groups are welcome. To organise a visit and guided tour of the cultural area of the park, contact: Sam & Ivy Phone: 0488052370 Ngaut Ngaut Conservation Park is located along the west side of the River Murray approximately 12 kms south of Swan Reach and close to the Nildottie Township. It is approximately 170km north of Adelaide. You can access the park by either the Walker Flat-Mannum Road or the Swan ReachWalker Flat Road, via Hunter Road and Purnong Road. Both require crossing via a ferry if you are coming from the Mannum side of the River. In recognition of the cultural significance of this park we request that you contact the Mannum Aboriginal Community Association prior to planning a visit to the park. Dogs are not permitted in this park. Camping is not permitted within this park.

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Lat: -34.689237 Lng: 139.610793

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River access for houseboats. Ring ahead to book. 0488052370



Well worth our visit. Thanks to our guide for sharing your ancestral history of the cliffs. We loved your pride in both past and future, and your determination to keep the story alive for future generations. You can only see the park by a guided tour but we highly recommend it. it is well worth an hour or two or your time.



Interpretive talk and walk. Allow about 2 hours. Small camping spot by appointment only.


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