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The Nourlangie Area features stunning rock art galleries and impressive views from Gunwarddehwardde lookout of Kakadu's escarpment and Nourlangie Rock.During the dry season you can learn more about the park's ancient heritage from ranger talks at...more
Kakadu Hwy, Jabiru NT 0886, Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory 0886, Australia
All reviews aboriginal rock art art sites great rock easy walk guided walk car park the loop information boards great walk well worth the visit anbangbang billabong rock formations walking track couple of hours sealed road worth the effort short walk
Words cant describe this place. It is spectacular to look at, rocks rising out of the plains. The art-work is amazing....and to think that people have been living here for 20-60,000 years....worth a visit and plenty of refection.
We did the loop walk which is about 1km and took about 30-45 min. This walk is wheelchair accessible and is suitable for all ages.
The explanations/stories for each rock painting are interesting and really showed the life of the aboriginal people thousands of years...More
It's well laid out with route maps and each amazing art work has a plaque about it. You don't have to do the entire walk (last bit involved a climb), but if you can, it's worth it for the views. Try to avoid the midday...More
We did a self-guided tour of the rock art as we couldn't fit into the guided tours. The information boards were very helpful. Gorgeous Stone Country - a welcome relief from flat 'savanna' surrounds. Lots of rock art to look at and a selection of...More
Heaps of flies. We put on insect repellent. It wont work. Flies are everywhere. It was a hot day. You really need to be a hiker as well as enjoying nature to like this trip. Advice is you need an insect net to cover your...More
Its a long walk, to do the full loop, for a 4 yr old, but you could just do the shorter loop and still see heaps. Not sure about the 11 month...you will probably have to carry a fair bit of the way. There are some steep bits... More
Its a long walk, to do the full loop, for a 4 yr old, but you could just do the shorter loop and still see heaps. Not sure about the 11 month...you will probably have to carry a fair bit of the way. There are some steep bits but mostly an easy path. take a photo of the map at start to help you find way for the shorter paths. nice thing is most of paths are in the shade.