Burrunggui is the Gun-djeihmi name for the upper section of Nourlangie. Anbangbang is the name for the lower section of the rock and surrounding area.
The Nourlangie Area features stunning rock art galleries and impressive views from Gunwarddehwardde lookout of Kakadu's escarpment and Nourlangie Rock. During the dry season you can learn more about the park's ancient heritage from ranger talks at the galleries, or enjoy a walk and relaxing picnic at Anbangbang Billabong.
Nourlangie map - click to enlarge
Features a 1.5 km circular walk that takes you past an ancient Aboriginal shelter and several outstanding art sites. A moderately steep climb to Gun-warddehwardde Lookout provides impressive views of Kakadu's escarpment and Nourlangie. Allow 1.5 hours. During the dry season, rangers provide informative talks several times a day. Open 8.00 am until sunset.
See virtual tours of the Nourlangie area on the Kakadu National Park Ramsar site - click to see tours six and seven >>
Kakadu Culture Camp
Operates during the dry season at Muirella Park. Night spotlight boat cruise on Djarradjin Billabong with interactive cultural activities. Bookings 1800 811 633. See the Kakadu culture camp video >>
Check wet season access. A 2.5 km dry season circular walk with Nourlangie forming an impressive backdrop, this is one of Kakadu's most attractive billabongs. Allow one hour.
Anbangbang walk park note (PDF - 471KB)
Bubba wetlands feature billabongs and swamps dotted with lilies and fringed with paperbarks and freshwater mangroves.
Bubba wetlands walk park note (PDF - 552KB)
The comb-crested jacana, a typical wetlands bird | photo: Morland Smith
Barrk Sandstone bushwalk
Branching off the Nourlangie lookout track, just past the main gallery, this is a difficult 12 km walk through the sandstone country of Nourlangie, past the Nanguluwur art gallery and back to the Nourlangie car park.
Barrk art site walk park note (PDF - 659 KB)