Ranger guided activities
Connect with Bininj/Mungguy country and culture as our park rangers guide you through some of Kakadu’s stunning sites.
Our dry season program of activities with rangers and traditional owners runs from 27 May to 27 September 2019.
About ranger guided activities
Spend time with local Aboriginal artists learning how to weave or paint. Join a park ranger as they explain Kakadu’s diverse habitats and point out wildlife and significant plants. Explore rock art and occupation sites on a guided walk or learn more about our nature and culture at a fascinating slideshow.
All ranger guided activities are included in the cost of your park pass.
Please bring your park pass and visitor guide and arrive at your activity site 10 minutes early. See below for what to bring and other handy hints.
Art site talks and guided walks
- Meet rangers at the start of walking track or individual art site.
- Take water – one litre per hour, per person.
- Take a hat, sunscreen and insect repellent.
- Wear comfortable walking shoes.
- Bring your camera and/or binoculars.
Cultural activities and evening presentations
- Look out for signage to direct you to your activity.
- Take a chair or groundsheet.
- Take insect repellent.
- Don’t forget your camera.
- Bring a torch for evening activities.
Join ranger guided activities
Monday to Thursday, 4.10–6.10 pm and Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, 9.00–11.00 am
Join rangers in the north of the park for Ubirr rock art talks. Listen to traditional stories, see incredible rock art and be rewarded with the breathtaking views over the Nadab floodplains.
Every second Sunday, 10.00 am – 12.00 pm or 1.00 pm – 3.00 pm
Join a local artist from Lighting Arts 'n' Artifacts for some traditional painting on the lawns of Bowali Visitor Centre.
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