Kakadu National Park

Riverside stone country cook-up

Take a walk through the beautiful stone country and experience traditional food and stories.

This guided walk is led by the Njanjma Rangers, a group of Aboriginal rangers who look after country on both sides of the East Alligator River.

The walk ends with a cook-up where you can sample delicious fish, yam and water lilies and hear an array of fascinating family stories.

About the Njanjma Rangers

The Njanjma Rangers look after country and culture on behalf of their people.

Their work is focused on significant ecological and cultural sites around the East Alligator River.

They also undertake contract work with other partners including land management organisations (such as Kakadu National Park) and research institutions.

 

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