The Anbangbang Billabong is overlooked by the Burrunguy (Nourlangie Rock) deep in the heart of what we now knew as Kakadu National Park. In the wet season, it is fed by runoff from these plateaus, as well as overflow from Nourlangie Creek, however, during the dry season, it is cut off. A local Aboriginal creation story tells that the Anbangbang Billabong was formed by a pair of short-eared rock wallabies, or ‘Badbong’, who are responsible for cutting the rock and parting the trees to form the current landscape. This area has special significance to me as a naturalist and photographer.
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