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ANBANGBANG BILLABONG RLF15340

The Anbangbang Billabong region is located in the central area of Kakadu National Park. This area offers several breathtaking walks around Burrungkuy (Nourlangie Rock) and Anbangbang Billabong. Visitors can also explore the many rock art galleries and the Anbangbang occupation site, which traces over 20,000 years of Indigenous culture through periods of environmental change. A 1.5-km circular walk takes in several art sites and ends with a moderately steep walk to Kunwarddehwardde Lookout, giving a lovely Burrungkuy perspective as far east as the Arnhem Escarpment. You can also take an easy 1.5-km walk from the first road on the left to pretty Anbangbang Billabong, where you may photograph agile wallabies, yellow-spotted monitors and northern long-necked turtles, even saltwater crocodiles. It's a perfect place for daydreaming and connecting to the heart of many of the tropical Top Ends natural ecosystems.
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The Anbangbang Billabong region is located in the central area of Kakadu National Park. This area offers several breathtaking walks around Burrungkuy (Nourlangie Rock) and Anbangbang Billabong. Visitors can also explore the many rock art galleries and the Anbangbang occupation site, which traces over 20,000 years of Indigenous culture through periods of environmental change. A 1.5-km circular walk takes in several art sites and ends with a moderately steep walk to Kunwarddehwardde Lookout, giving a lovely Burrungkuy perspective as far east as the Arnhem Escarpment. You can also take an easy 1.5-km walk from the first road on the left to pretty Anbangbang Billabong, where you may photograph agile wallabies, yellow-spotted monitors and northern long-necked turtles, even saltwater crocodiles. It's a perfect place for daydreaming and connecting to the heart of many of the tropical Top Ends natural ecosystems.