Journey Through Time Burrungkuy (Nourlangie) Rock Art Tour

1.5 Hours
Kakadu National Park, NT
Rock Art
May to November
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Experience the ancient stories and cultural significance of this sacred site on our Nourlangie (Burrungkuy) Rock Art Tour in Kakadu National Park in the Northern Territory.

Led by local Murrumburr clan and family guides, this 1.5-hour tour takes you on a journey through time to discover the rich history and stories told through the rock art at the Nourlangie (Burrungkuy) site.


Burrungkuy (Nourlangie) Rock Art Site, Kakadu. Located between Jabiru and Cooinda in Kakadu National Park.

What to expect

As you explore the stunning landscape and marvel at the intricate and beautifully preserved rock art, your guide will share their knowledge and expertise on the cultural and spiritual significance of the site.

You'll have the opportunity to ask questions and learn about the ancient stories and traditions of the Kakadu region, as well as the contemporary significance of the rock art to the local community.

The Nourlangie Rock Art Tour is about more than just learning; it's about immersing yourself in the rich culture and history of Kakadu.

You'll be able to connect with the land and the stories it holds in a way that is authentic and meaningful. With a local as your guide, you'll be able to get a unique and personal perspective on the site and its significance.

Join us on this exciting and educational journey through time at the Nourlangie Rock Art site. It's an experience you won't forget.

Planning your trip

The main shelter is wheelchair accessible however other parts of the 1km walk includes uneven dirt tracks which require confident walkers.

Most art is able to be photographed however there are sections which the guide will ask that photos not be taken of the rock art.

Please bring a water bottle and ensure you have eaten beforehand. While the shelters are a cool place to rest, the average temperature while walking outside is 24-34 degrees.

Toilets are available at the carpark.

Meeting point

Burrungkuy (Nourlangie) Rock Art Site, Kakadu. Located between Jabiru and Cooinda in Kakadu National Park.


Kakadu Billabong Safari Camp

Welcome to Murumburr Clan Country. Experience living culture, eco accommodation & cultural tours.

Kakadu Billabong Safari Camp lies on Murumburr Clan Country on the edge of the Jim Jim river system. The Traditional Owners and family group of Murumburr Clan live through cultural practices on their Country, managing the landscape and wildlife.

Our experiences are dedicated to sharing the rich cultural knowledge of the local indigenous (Bininj/Mungguy) people and providing you with an authentic connection to our ways of life.

Feel the radiant warmth of sunlight on your skin, the harmony of insect life pulsating from the long grass and the coarse billabong sand between your toes. Taste the purity of the remote bush air as you slow down with a deep breath.

Explore the billabongs, wetlands and sacred rock art sites of Kakadu National Park, led by local guides who are passionate about sharing the stories and secrets of this breathtaking region.

Find yourself immersed in imagination as your guide takes you as deep as your questions can go. Try authentic seasonal bush tucker, learn traditional practices like weaving and the making of instruments and tools. Craft your own item to take home from your adventure.

Leave your worries at home and connect with nature in an eco-friendly way, where preserving the earth is a way of life, not just a goal. Our eco-friendly camp expands on our harmony with the earth and nature, while ensuring you enjoy your experience in comfort.

Ready for an experience you won't forget?