The goal of this paper is to compare and investigate the radiation attenuation properties of Mundrabilla and NWA 7629 meteorites in terms of the photon, fast neutron and charged particles. The linear attenuation coefficients of Mundrabilla are higher than those of NWA 7629. The half value layers, tenth value layers and mean free paths of NWA 7629 are greater than those of Mundrabilla. The effective atomic number, effective electron density, equivalent atomic number and effective conductivity of the Mundrabilla are nearly constant between 0.015 MeV–15 MeV. Both the exposure build-up factors and energy absorption build-up factors are maximum at 0.8 MeV for Mundrabilla and NWA 7629. The projected/ continuous-slowing-down approximation (CSDA) ranges for charged particles for NWA 7629 are higher than those of Mundrabilla. The fast neutron attenuation of Mundrabilla is better than those of NWA 7629. Consequently, it can be concluded that photon, fast neutron and charged particles attenuation capability of Mundrabilla are better than NWA 7629 due to the nickel content, higher density and higher content of iron.