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The Ultimate Arnhem Land Tour

The Ultimate Arnhem Land Tour

Posted on 08 August, 2018 in Arnhem Land, Tours, Culture, Rock Art, Cobourg

Experience the world’s oldest living culture firsthand as we take you on an unforgettable journey through Arnhem Land. The tour travels overland from Nhulunbuy (Gove), along the Central Arnhem Road, up through Kakadu, culminating on the most northern tip of the Arnhem Land mainland; the Cobourg Peninsula...

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The Best Rock Art in Kakadu

The Best Rock Art in Kakadu

Posted on 31 July, 2018 in Kakadu, Rock Art, Culture

Kakadu is a living cultural landscape with World Heritage listed rock art sites throughout. Some sites have been dated at over 20,000 years old and provide a visual record of the the oldest living culture on earth. Within the Park there are 3 rock art sites open to the public and each offers something different and worthy of exploration. The 3 sites include; ​Ubirr​, ​Nourlagie & the lesser known ​Nanguluwurr...

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​Five things you didn’t know about Gabarnmung

​Five things you didn’t know about Gabarnmung

Posted on 07 June, 2018 in Arnhem Land, Rock Art, Culture

It might not be as well-known as Ubirr or ​Nourlangie Rock in Kakadu, but Gabarnmung, located on the lands of the Jawoyn Aboriginal people in south-west Arnhem Land, is remarkable in its own right. Thought to be home to the world’s oldest art, Gabarnmung is so remote that it is accessible only by helicopter and so sacred that it is currently closed to people not of the Jawoyn tribe by decree of the traditional owners. Here are five mind-boggling facts that you probably didn’t know about Gabarnmurg...

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Information about visiting Nourlagie in Kakadu

Information about visiting Nourlagie in Kakadu

Posted on 30 November, 2017 in Kakadu, Tours, Rock Art

It’s late afternoon and as the dust settles behind our 4WD Landcruiser we arrive at Nourlangie Rock, an UNESCO World Heritage rock art site hidden among Kakadu’s lush monsoon rainforest. Archaeologists have revealed that Aboriginal people have been using this shelter for at least 20,000 years; an epic history of human occupation lies beneath our feet but amazingly an even richer ancestral dreamtime story is being told in the rock shelter above our heads...

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Information about Ubirr in Kakadu

Information about Ubirr in Kakadu

Posted on 28 March, 2017 in Kakadu, Tours, Culture, Rock Art

Ubirr is one of Kakadu’s oldest Aboriginal occupation sites open to the public. It's home to an amazing array of well preserved Indigenous rock art dating back thousands of years. Ubirr is located in the East Alligator region of Kakadu, in the north section of the Park, about 40 km from Jabiru. It's a must for most visitors to the world-heritage listed National Park and you'll find included in most Kakadu tours...

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