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We set off on this 2.5 loop walk with low expectations but it was great. So many interesting rock formations and aboriginal rock art and grinding stones in the cave. Did the shorter wet season walk by mistake but after returning to the car park,...More
The hike felt like it lasted for hours longer than it specified as things to see were far between. We are not novices to destination hikes however this one was so poorly signposted that we got lost numerous times. We spent a substantial amount of...More
Very interesting place with curious rock formations and vastly changing landscapes. If you go early in the morning, apparently you can see rock wallaroos (we went in the afternoon so didn’t spot any). Walk is a little long, but very worth it.
This is one of the most interesting walks in Kakadu National park due to all the rock formations
Do it early morning before the heat sets in and wear mosquito spray.
We took 55 mins to walk the dry season walk.
We did the Bardedjilidji Walk recently when we were in the area and it didn’t take long, there was a longer option but we had plans that night in Jabiru and had already had an action packed day. The rock formations are incredible, the wildlife...More
This was our favourite walk. We were only able to do a short flat walk from the car park, but the sandy trail is well marked and very easy walking. Well shaded track in places if you walk in the afternoon.