Ubirr Art Sites

Point Of Interest

4.7 from 49 users


Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory



The 1km circular walk passes several breathtaking Aboriginal art sites and leads up to a stunning lookout over the Nadab floodplain. Ubirr's rock art is considered among the best in the world, with fine examples of x-ray painting as well as contact art from the time when Indigenous people first encountered Europeans. Sunset is a great time to visit. Gaze out over the floodplains, woodlands and dark ribbons of rainforest, and let the spirit and serenity of Kakadu envelop you. Dogs are not permitted. No camping or overnight parking allowed.

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User Reviews


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What amazing country, incredible rock art, some of the best we've seen and the walk up to the lookout over the wetlands was absolutely sensational. This is a must do when in Kakadu, the lookout, the culture it's all amazing!


User 2233961

Amazing! An absolute must do!


Jonique Life

This is the first rock art site we visited in Kakadu and boy was it fabulous. It is an easy flat walk that is well marked so you will see all the sites with such great information on the paintings. When you go to the lookout it becomes a steep climb with stairs and some rock climbing, but it's short and sweet. Make sure you get up-to the lookout with some dinner to watch the sunset and do all the rock art sites below first, the views here are remarkable! "Jonique Life" Follow our journey around Australia on Facebook, Instagram, Tik Tok and YouTube as we highlight wonderful experiences and magical places you can add to your ever growing bucket list.


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