Indigenous rock art, Northern Terrirtory

Australia is home to some of the oldest and most prolific forms of rock art in the world, using colours of red, yellow, white and black. In Aboriginal belief, ancestral spirits assumed human form, thousands of years ago to create the world and Australia as we now know it.

Lightning Man, heralds the start of the Wet Season

Ubirr, is a cluster of rocky outcrops near East Alligator River in the Kakadu National Park, or Nourlangi. The Angbangbang Gallery contains excellent examples of “x-ray” art, or art depicting the bones and organs of humans and animals

Kakadu tours and travel offer day and overnight tours to Kakadu National Park, Ubirr and Nourlangi rock. With glamping, fishing and flights available, and departure from Kakadu or Darwin there are choices to be made.

Nitmiluk National Park is home to Katherine Gorge and features rock art on the sandstone walls of the Gorge.

Kakadu Tours and Travel offer cruises, flights and day tours to Katherine Gorge.

Published by woolliestravels

Travelling Photographers, over twenty countries experienced and checking off our bucket list. Camping and caravaning in Australia, exploring this big beautiful country.

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