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A good series of tracks allowing access to various sites. The rock art is fascinating and covers several thousands of years of history. The climb to the lookout can be challenging in the heat and, as others have said, a stout pair of shoes is...More
We were not expecting such good and diverse rock art and arguably the best view of the NT. You have to be a bit lucky to visit in between big groups to have a quiet and impressive experience. The overhangs were nothing short of spectacular.
We attended an 8.30am session with a ranger leading us around the amazing rock art. He to,d us all the history which made this a very positive and interesting experience. Toilets and car park were of good quality.
It is a relatively easy walk to the galleries although I would still recommend sturdy shoes as you do need to climb some rocky stairs.
We visited the gallery around mid day which was really warm. Fortunately half of the walk was shaded by rocks...More
Despite finding ourselves for a time behind a family that included the loudest three year old on the planet, he screamed every word that came out of his mouth, this is a beautiful, tranquil part of the world. You can’t fail to be fascinated and...More
In terms of access to the site (all sealed roads), car parking, amenities, well directed paths, guided tours, scheduled talks, and overall rock art.. Ubirr ticked all boxes for me.
The view from on top of the lookout overlooking Arnhem land was breathtaking.
With sealed road from Jabiru, this art site offers accessible points of view, as well as a more challenging scramble to the highest part of Ubirr lookout. The views from here were spectacular, many people were gathering to watch the sunset over the diverse ecosystems...More
We visited this place whilst on a tour.
After a short walk we started seeing amazing rock formations.
Our guide explained about the aboriginal paintings that can be seen in 3 of them - really interesting. Some of them dating way back in history.
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We rocked up and a ranger was talking at around 9am. I think there was a group in front of us as well. Talks appear to be regular as they are popular and informative.From the carpark there is one track in and... More
We rocked up and a ranger was talking at around 9am. I think there was a group in front of us as well. Talks appear to be regular as they are popular and informative.From the carpark there is one track in and people walking up joined the group with no problems. We couldnt make sunset at Ubir as we did yellow river sunset cruise ( amazingly good) but the guide said sunset at Ubir is immense. You might want to think about a small torch fro walk down the path?
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