Kakadu National Park

Wednesdays, 8.30–10.00 am — Bardedjilidji Walk

Bardedjilidji Walk

Join a Kakadu ranger for the Bardedjilidji Walk, which covers a range of Kakadu’s habitats.

During the walk you will experience some of the natural and cultural values for which Kakadu is dual World Heritage-listed. Your ranger will detail the plants, habitats and animals that occur in the area, and share the stories of the traditional owners.

Wind through riparian forest, Kakadu’s oldest sandstone habitats, and a tiny pocket of monsoon vine forest that has access to groundwater all year round. Along the way you’ll uncover species typical of those that line rivers throughout Kakadu and Northern Australia, and learn some fascinating facts.

This land and its surrounds have been critical to Indigenous survival for thousands of years. With a Kakadu park ranger by your side, this guided walk opens up a world of knowledge.

Easy 2.5 km loop walk.

 

Certain activities may be cancelled without prior notice, for cultural reasons or due to conditions beyond our control.

Please contact Bowali Visitor Centre on 08 8938 1120 for more information.

When

Wednesdays, 8.30–10.00 am

Meet at

Bardedjilidji Walk

Time required

1 hour 30 minutes