Nanguluwurr rock art talk & walk
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Join for our Bininj (Aboriginal) rangers for a 1.7 km walk to a small rock art site on the northern side of Burrungkuy (Nourlangie).
Here you can see powerful depictions of ancestral spirits, animals, and the fascinating early depiction of contact between Aboriginal people and Europeans in the form of a two-masted sailing ship with anchor chain.
For thousands of years this was a major camping site for Aboriginal people, as it lies on the main walking route from the escarpment country to the South Alligator floodplain.
What to bring:
Water, Hat, Sunscreen, Insect repellent, Walking shoes, Binoculars, Camera
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