Join traditional custodians on a 1.5-hour rock art and cultural experience at Ngajarli in Murujuga National Park on the Burrup Peninsula, 30 minutes from Karratha.
The Traditional Owner groups of the Burrup Peninsula and surrounding areas are pleased to showcase their culture and extensive rock art petroglyphs. Traditional custodian guides will give you the opportunity to experience not just the ancient rock carvings but also their stories and explain how they lived in harmony with the land through their bush tucker and medicine interpretation.
Murujuga National Park covers an area of 4,913ha and is located on the Burrup Peninsula near Dampier. The area is considered to host the largest concentration of ancient rock art in the world, possibly dating back more than 30,000 years.
Meet at Ngajarli (formerly Deep Gorge) in the Murujuga National Park car park at 9.00am to join the Traditional Custodians on a 1.5 hour rock art and cultural experience. This 90-minute tour will provide an insight into an ancient culture and greatly enhance your Murujuga National Park Experience. With the World Heritage nomination process underway, this site is not just of national but international significance. The guidance and knowledge of the Custodians will ensure that you really appreciate the Deep Gorge Petroglyphs and understand their connection to culture.
Tours run twice daily - morning and afternoon. Departure times may vary slightly, depending on the position of the sun, so please check your tour time when booking.
Cancellations must be made 48 hours before tour commences to be eligible for a refund. If we cancel a tour you may choose between us applying the amounts paid toward an alternative date or receiving a full refund.