Kakadu National Park Private Rock Art tour

2 Hours
Kakadu, Northern Territory
Rock Art
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Take a guided tour of Kakadu’s famous Burrungkuy (Nourlangie) Rock Art Site.

Learn and understand the rich cultural importance of the world's most impressive rock art site. Listen to the family history that exists within the shelters of Kakadu's escarpment. Feel a sense of the ancient connection that local Bininj (Aboriginal) people have had with this land for more than 65,000 years.  The only way to experience all of this is with a local Bininj guide.

These tours are delivered by Yibekka Kakadu Tours which is 100% Aboriginal owned and staffed. By supporting these rock art tours, you are also helping support the local Aboriginal community.


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

Meeting point

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

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.


Yibekka Kakadu Tours

Yibekka Kakadu Tours is an Aboriginal owned business offering cultural tours in Kakadu National Park. Yibekka Kakadu Tours is owned and operated by James Morgan, a local Bininj man. James is passionate about protecting Country and creating more economic opportunities for his family and other local Bininj people. This business is a testament to that and aspires to show that Bininj people are solely capable of managing their own affairs sustainably.

Yibekka in the local language means to direct someone to listen and feel. Yibekka Kakadu means to listen and feel Kakadu.

Yibekka Kakadu Tours is committed to advancing the social outcomes of the local Bininj people and protecting the sacred sites of Kakadu National Park. A portion of every tour will go towards funding community projects. This season, Yibekka Tours will be using a portion of profits to help fund the surveying and registering sacred sites in Kakadu.

By choosing Yibekka Tours you will directly contribute to protecting Australia’s oldest continuing culture. For over 65,000 years, Bininj people have a long history of living on and looking after Kakadu, which you will learn about first-hand. You will get to listen to and feel Kakadu in a completely unique and personal way. Experience the largest national park in Australia with our qualified guide who will take you to the best spots in the Park in our luxury four wheel drive vehicle.

Yibekka Kakadu Tours offer private tours, on request to suit the needs of you and your group.

  • 2 hour Rock Art Tour - Burrungkuy (Nourlangie) Rock Art Site
  • Custom tour from 1-4 days for up to 4 people