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The history here is astounding and the rock art of high quality. My grandson and I climbed to the top of the rock after we had done the galleries and the view of the wetlands with a big tropical storm coming was fantastic. This is...More
What an amazing experience it was to view the sunset from ubirr, absolutely breathtaking with stunning view over the plains of arnhem land and the walk up toward the rock, taking in all the ancient rock painting!
Stunning.went and saw the sunset.take aeroguard.lot of flys.only a few people there when we went.get there an hour before sunset and just sit on the rock and take in the surrounding..easy drive from jabiru.driving back in the dark no problem.the aboriginal paints are amazing
If you plan your visit to kakadu well ubirr should be your last destination, after swinging hiking and Bush walking that's the place to relax with mother nature, and watch it to sleep.because the sunset is so amazing. You will feel the power of this...More
Still tops my list of the most amazing places I have ever visited. The gallery of ancient rock art and the view of the world from the top of the hill is astounding and humbling. This is a very special place.
Some paintings here are up to 20000 years old. It was interesting to see the different content of the art as the climate changed with sea levels: from pictures of Tasmanian Tiger, serpents and wallabies to fish and turtles etc We saw Ancestral Art plus...More
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
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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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Travel Forum Posts
Parking Safety Kakadu National Park (3 Replies)
Hello from Germany, we are visiting Australia for the 4th time in October for 32 days, but it's the first time alone on our own (my wife & me), we are hiring a Britz Safari Landcruiser from Darwin to Alice Springs (12 days). Now I don't wana insult any body, but how is the safety at the parking areas when we leave all our stuff in the Car and go Hiking and Swimming at Litchfield, Ubirr, Nourlangie, Maguk, Gunlom & Edith Falls? And another question, how is the Camping Area at...More
April 19, 2017|
Same as parking anywhere, just keep valuables etc hidden. I havenot heard of any reports of any breakins to vehicles for years. It is too far away from the bored city youths who do this type of action. The Devil Marbles are only a very basic camping area, fireplaces are the only facilities provided. By October there will be very few, if any campers there.
Food (1 Replies)
Is it possible to purchase lunch/food at Border Store if heading out on river cruise and then Ubirr for the day?
August 23, 2008|
From when I was last there it sells food but not lunch, might have some takeaways such as microwaved pies.
Jersey City, New Jersey
Kakadu Lodge or Anbinik Suite (4 Replies)
I hope it's OK that I started a new thread. It's time sensitive, so I hoped to get quick feedback, before my room offer expires. We are going to be in Kakadu for two nights. Originally I had booked two nights at Cooinda Lodge, however after doing more research and deciding I wanted to go to Ubirr, it was suggested to split the time in Jabiru and Cooinda. I have found availability in both Kakadu Lodge (One Bedroom Cabin) or Anbinik (Suite). Does anyone have any quick feedback on which would be...More
April 15, 2018|
Mercure Croc hotel is most comfy in that area. Second choice would be Kakadu lodge as there is a nice pool and a good bistro - for dinner. Cabins are basic- but fine. Anbinik has no dinner option- and Jabiru has no other proper options-