Bardedjilidji Circuit

30 min to 45 min

2 km

↑ 17 m
↓ -17 m

Easy track
Starting from the dirt car park on Bardedjilidji Road, Kakadu, this walk takes you on a circuit in the riverbank of East Alligator River, visiting a cosy cave along the way. Most of the people underestimate the beauty of this walk yet it is one of the most unique walks that can make you forget what century you are in. Expect a quiet walk in nature that is decorated by amazing sandstone formations, some of which will dazzle you with their sheer size. Millions of years ago, these formations were actually islands in the ocean. The track features a shady cave and some Aboriginal rock art as well. Speaking of, Bardedjilidji actually means ‘walking track’ or ‘pathway’. If you’re lucky, you may run into a black wallaroo as you meander through the woodland. Watch out for crocodiles and wild boars (feral pigs). Let us begin by acknowledging the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we travel today, and pay our respects to their Elders past and present.
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