Kakadu National Park

Ubirr Culture & Sunset Experience with Campfire YarnJoin local Bininj Elder, Alfred Nayinggul for a truly special cultural experience. Explore the natural beauty along this walk and marvel at some of the finest examples of x-ray rock art paintings. Learn fascinating stories of law, land and culture that have represented the Bininj/Mungguy people for thousands of years.

After the stunning rock art sites, walk up a short 250m climb to a rocky lookout with breath-taking 360-degree views of Arnhem Land and the Nadab floodplain at sunset!

Please meet your guide at the shelter inside the Ubirr walk which is located next to the carpark.

*Following sunset, Alfred Nayinggul invites you to join him at Merl Campground for a yarn around the campfire (if time permits). Merl Campground is located nearby to Ubirr.

  • Time required: 3-4 hours
  • Distance: 1 km loop track around main gallery, plus short 250m climb to sunset lookout
  • Grade: Easy to moderate
  • Accessibility: The area around the main art site is flat and accessible to wheelchairs.

What to bring:

  • Water
  • Hat
  • Sunscreen
  • Insect repellent
  • Walking shoes
  • Binoculars
  • Camera

For cultural reasons, alcohol is not permitted at Ubirr.

PLEASE NOTE: Whilst we endeavour to deliver a consistent and valuable seasonal program, there are some instances where tours may be cancelled or re-scheduled to circumstances outside of our control. If a cancellation or re-schedule does occur, all bookings will be notified via email. Please be sure to check your booking prior to attendance.



Fridays at 5pm

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Time required

4 hours