Mungo National Page

strong in culture ... caring for country

Share Mungo CultureWalking in the footsteps of our ancestors

Photograph � Ian Brown

Visitors to Mungo National Park can share in an Aboriginal culture that has survived in the same shifting landscape for at least 45,000 years. That's around 2,500 generations!

Today three traditional tribal groups care for their Country at Mungo. The Paakantji, Ngyiampaa and Mutthi Mutthi people walk here in the footsteps of their ancestors, ensuring their children grow strong in their culture. The tribal groups also seek to share their knowledge of Country with visitors to Mungo.

The Elders of the Paakantji, Ngyiampaa and Mutthi Mutthi people invite you to explore their stories.

Below are the local Aboriginal Elders speaking about Mungo.

More films can be viewed at the Three Tribal Groups.