Sandstone Walk in Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory
12-kilometre walk branches off the Nourlangie
Rock lookout track, past the Main Gallery of
Aboriginal rock art. It takes in the beautiful
sandstone country of Nourlangie Rock and past
the Nanguluwur Art Gallery. Walkers should allow
six to eight hours minimum.
Named after the
Black Wallaroo this great wet season walk is
a challenging 12km circuit over the top of Burrungui
(Nourlangie Rock). Allow 6-8 hours minimum to
complete the walk and start early to avoid the
heat of the day. Careful travel and be well
prepared. Strongly recommended you visit Bowali
Vistors Centre first for up to date information.
National Park - Seasons
But Australia's Kakadu
sees seasons of varied extremes -- so varied, in fact,
that the park's longtime aboriginal inhabitants have
divided the year into six distinct seasons.
Seasons - Gunumeleng Pre-Monsoon Storm Season -
Gunumeleng, from mid-October to late December, may in
fact last from a few weeks to several months.
Seasons - Gudjewg - Monsoon Season - Gudjewg, from
January to March, can be described as the 'true' wet
Seasons - Banggereng - Knock 'em down storm Season
- Banggerreng, in April, is the season when the rain
clouds have dispersed and clear skies prevail.
Seasons - Yegge - Cooler but still humid Season
- Yegge, from May to mid-June, is relatively cool with
Seasons - Wurrgeng - Cold Weather Season - Wurrgeng,
from mid-June to mid-August, is the 'cold weather' time;
humidity is low, daytime temperatures are around 30°C
and night-time temperatures are around 17°C.
Seasons - Gurrung - Hot Dry Weather - Gurrung, from
mid-August to mid-October, is hot and dry.
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Opening hours of Kakadu
Kakadu National Park
is open 365 days per year. Given the large size of Kakadu
there are a number of key attractions that have different
operating hours these are:
Bowali Visitor Centre
- is open from 8am to 5pm.
* Warradjan Aboriginal
Cultural Centre - is open from 9am to 5pm.
* Ubirr Rock - is open
from 8:30am until sunset from 1 April until 30 November
* Ubirr Rock - is also
open from 2pm until sunset from 1 December until
* Nourlangie Rock - is
open from dawn until dusk.
All of the attractions
are open every day of the year and all times are Central
Standard Time. These are based on the season 2006/7.
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