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Ubirr is a Sacred Site Renowned for its Kunbim (Rock Art)

Vividly capturing the stories, spirituality, and daily lives of the traditional custodians, Ubirr is a very special and sacred place for Bininj (indigenous) people. As visitors traverse the ancient stone country landscape, they become privy to the artistry and cultural heritage that defines this extraordinary Double World Heritage Listed National Park. Ubirr is also a spectacular place to watch the sunset, with 360 degree views of the Arnhem Land escarpment amalgamating into the floodplains; a must-visit destination during your trip.

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Wet Season Ubirr Cruise & Tour

Kakadu Cultural Tours: This is the time of the year our Wetlands flood and cut off the road access to Ubirr, an icon of Kakadu. The Guluyambi Ubirr Tour departs from Jabiru and cruises along the flooded Magela Creek to Ubirr with expert Aboriginal guides.

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Ubirr Dry Season Sunset Tour

Never Never Safari Tours: Relax and immerse yourself in the rich Aboriginal culture and stories as day transitions to night. With most rental cars restricted from night driving in Kakadu, our guided tour ensures you can safely enjoy the breathtaking sunset. Let us show you the magic of Kakadu's sunsets against the backdrop of its stunning natural beauty and cultural heritage.

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