Ubirr rock art and sunset talk
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Deepen your understanding of Indigenous culture and connect to the ancient history of the land at one of Kakadu’s most famous locations.
Join our local Bininj ranger at the Main Art Gallery 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.
This talk then takes you past stunning rock art sites before a steep 250m climb to a rocky lookout with breath-taking 360-degree views of Arnhem Land and the Nadab floodplain at sunset!
Please remember to bring plenty of drinking water, proper walking shoes, sun protection and insect repellent.
*Please note this talk starts at the Main Art Gallery (see map)*
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