Aboriginal Rock Art

Kakadu National Park, Kakadu NT

About Aboriginal Rock Art

The rocky outliers, gorges and escarpments of Kakadu National Park are home to some of the world's greatest indigenous rock art, 5000 sites recorded with a further 10,000 thought to exist. Truly a site of splendor, the rock art throughout Kakadu National Park take you back in time, with works estimated to range from 20,000 years to the recent present, internationally recognised for their rich cultural value. The main rock sites of the park are that of Ubirr and the Nourlangie and Nanguluwur regions, the areas inhabited by the indigenous Aboriginal people of the land.

Location & Map

Kakadu National Park, Kakadu 0822 NT - See Map

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