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Burrungkuy (Nourlangie) rock shelter is a sacred exhibition, holding Aboriginal artworks that date back 30,000 years!

Standing as a testament to Kakadu's World Heritage status, Burrungkuy/Nourlangie is the key attribute in its cultural significance. Renowned for its astounding rock art, this iconic site chronicles life in Kakadu National Park, capturing the moments leading up to the first encounters with European explorers. A 1.5 km circular walk leads to the base, with wheelchair-accessible sections, immersing all visitors in a visual odyssey through time—an open-air cultural museum. Here, paintings, shelters, and artefacts vividly showcase traditional ways of life from various epochs, offering a captivating glimpse into the rich heritage of the area.

Yibekka Rock Art Tour

Join local Bininj (Aboriginal) tour guides on a 2 hour tour of Burrungkuy/Nourlangie rock art, where you'll about the cultural and family stories of the last great rock art painter in Kakadu.

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Kakadu Billabong Safari Camp Journey Through Time Nourlangie Tour

A Private guided and immersive rock art and culture tour with a Kakadu Traditional Custodian.

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