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If you turn up at 9am, there are Ranger talks at the various sites until 11am. They are very worthwhile.
As it is closer to the wet season, make sure you take water, sunscreen and good footwear with you. It get very hot close to...More
Nice walk, nice rock art and great views once you reach the top. Not difficult, but make sure you have enough water when it's hot as it gets VERY hot on the top. Some shade on the walk ways, so that's fine. Definitely go
Beautiful artwork that has been well preserved with explanations surrounding the context. The lightening man artwork in particular was very impressive. At the end of the trail there is a stunning spot that overlooks that aspect of the park and the sunset was simply gorgeous....More
A 2 hour walk with and indigenous and non-indigenous rangers was varied and rich. We stopped at several sites and at each both rangers shred some of their detailed knowledge of flora, fauna, geology and most of all, culture.
The highlight was the huge rock...More
A great walk through beautiful rugged countryside to view fantastic Aboriginal rock art and other outlooks. Take plenty of drinking water as you take in the scenery so you don't have to rush back to the carpark.