A must visit when in the Northern Territory. There are rock painting thousand of years old to view. Easy walking tracks from the car park. You can see across to Arnhem Land.
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What can be better than watching the sun set over the floodplains of Kakadu? I've been privileged to be here several times during different seasons over the past 40 years (the Territory always calls me back again!), and it's truly spectacular. Arrive an hour or...More
We visited here on a hot Sunday afternoon and thoroughly enjoyed the experience. The set walk was said to take 1.5 hours, but we managed the entire walk, including taking photographs in each place and climbing to the lookout, in just under an hour. When...More
What an absolute national treasure this place is. The rock art is amazingly beautiful nd the whole place has a spiritual and sobering feel. The walk to the top is quite easy and the view is breathtaking. We spent several hours here and thoroughly enjoyed...More
This is definitely a must do if you are going to Kakadu. If you do go make ti the afternoon so you can catch a sunset so pack a picnic, sunblock and hats and get there early as alot of people go there to watch...More
Good facility enabling easy access to several sites of Aboriginal art. Guide commentary enhanced the significance of the cultural significance. It is well worth the trouble to climb the look-out hill, at least to the first level.
The Aborigine art is more comprehensive than at Nourlangie and there are fewer flies. Close by is a river crossing, where you may see crocodiles, and, also close by, is a 3 kilometer walk through attractive sandstone rock formations returning along the river (again there...More
A fabulous place. The rock art is amazing and a brilliant example of this brilliant culture. The walk to the top is well worth the effort as you are rewarded with the most stunning views.
Ubirr art gallery is well worth a visit. The indigenous artwork on display on the ground level is easily accessible for the less agile while the climb up the escarpment to the views across the valley below is well worth it.