Mutawintji Gorge is one of the few reliable sources of water in this area, and is home to an abundant variety of flora and fauna. This waterhole was sketched by Ludwig Becker when the supply party arrived there.
It contained “an abundance of beautiful clean water” according to William Wright (1 February 1861). See Wright’s Diary at Burke and Wills Web. the Burke and Wills Environmental Expedition visited the same location in October 2010. Click here to veiw the video Becker's Mutawintji.