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Ubirr Walk, Northern Territory.

  • Location: Northern Territory
  • Distance: 2 kilometres
  • Time: 2 hour hike
  • Terrain: Gravel / Rock
  • Traditional Custodians: Gagudju
Moderate

On the eastern edge of Kakadu National Park this walk passes many aboriginal rock art sites including examples of x-ray painting and depictions of the first European contact. The area’s rocky outcrops provided shelter and the rich floodplains of the East Alligator river provided a source of food, medicine and tools. There are sweeping views from the Nadab lookout, spectacular at sunset or during monsoonal storms. 

  • Ubirr Walk, Northern Territory
  • Ubirr Walk, Northern Territory
  • Ubirr Walk, Northern Territory
  • Ubirr Walk, Northern Territory

Acknowledgement of Country

Wherever and whenever we walk, we acknowledge and pay our respects to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as the Traditional Custodians and Owners of the land.