Anggardabal Billabong - Kungarre Walk

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Gungarre Forest Walk, Kakadu, Northern Territory


This family-friendly walk takes you through monsoon forest, woodlands and near Ankurdabbal Billabong. Passing through three habitats you'll sample Kakadu's remarkable bird and plant diversity. Rainbow pittas, orange-footed scrub fowls, fantails, finches, jabirus, eagles and jacanas can all be seen on this one walk! The 3.6 km circuit begins at the large banyan fig tree near the Aurora Kakadu Resort. You can make use of the boardwalk at Ankurdabbal Billabong for great photo opportunities. A shorter 1.4 km return walk to the boardwalk from the rear of the resort is also available. This might suit members of the family looking for a shorter walking option if the weather is hot.

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User Reviews



As the other comment suggests, the walk is open, just hard to find. I don't know if you can do the whole loop as it seems to go through a now closed resort. The walk itself was quite unmaintained and overgrown, we turned back halfway in.



As of 20 September - big sign CLOSED


Spontaneous Wanderers (Facebook)

This walk is open. I just asked at the visitor centre at Jabiru. When u turn in left off the highway, turn left again and drive back up adjacent to the highway road on the red dirt road for about 500 m until u see the sign.


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