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The several trails are directed to the aboriginal rock paintings. All viewing sites are well marked and improved with staps and information panels. While we were looking at the cave walls, several tour guides were there, telling exactly what was written on those panels. One...More
I missed this on my first visit and had to make sure that I got there this time around. It is without a doubt the jewel in Kakadu's crown ! Superlatives fail me, from the outstanding rock art, to the well presented displays & information...More
We went to Ubirr to watch the scenic sunset and it was absolutely worth it. Due to the amount of people you should be there 30 min before the sunset to get a good place on top of the rocks. Don't miss the indigenous paintings....More
There’s not a lot to be said about Ubirr that hasn’t been said before. It’s a stunningly beautiful place, the rock art is incredible, and it’s worth climbing to the top for the view. If you can make it to one of the ranger-guided walks,...More
We were in Ubirr one month ago enjoying aboriginal rock art. First people have accepted management of most national parks in Australia and use their traditional experiences and stories/fables to explain their world to the rest of the world. Both the culture and the landscape...More
A good series of tracks allowing access to various sites. The rock art is fascinating and covers several thousands of years of history. The climb to the lookout can be challenging in the heat and, as others have said, a stout pair of shoes is...More
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We rocked up and a ranger was talking at around 9am. I think there was a group in front of us as well. Talks appear to be regular as they are popular and informative.From the carpark there is one track in and... More
We rocked up and a ranger was talking at around 9am. I think there was a group in front of us as well. Talks appear to be regular as they are popular and informative.From the carpark there is one track in and people walking up joined the group with no problems. We couldnt make sunset at Ubir as we did yellow river sunset cruise ( amazingly good) but the guide said sunset at Ubir is immense. You might want to think about a small torch fro walk down the path?
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