Ubirr has an impressive display of Aboriginal paintings scattered through six shelters in the rock. The main gallery contains a 49-foot frieze of X-ray paintings depicting animals, birds, and fish. A 1-km (½-mile) path around the rock leads to all the galleries. It's just a short clamber to the top for wonderful views over the surrounding wetlands, particularly at sunset. Take a torch to help you get down after sunset. Stop in at the Border Store and Cafe on your way
in; they do lunch and a post-sunset Thai dinner and sell arts and crafts. Beware of wildlife on the roads if driving after dark.
43 km (27 miles) north of park headquarters along paved road, Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory, 0886, Australia
08-8979–2474-for the Border Store and Cafe