Every destination in the world has that one iconic, must-see, special place and in Kakadu, it’s the Ubirr Sunset.
As you walk past ancient rock art and make your way to the top, the stunning view overlooking the Nadab floodplains will simply take your breath away.
This is an important place for the traditional owners and you will see why when you get here. The rock art traces 65,000 years of ancient culture and the Aboriginal peoples first encounter with Europeans.
The sunset view is the best time to experience the tapestry of colours that stretch out before you for 1,000kms across floodplains and woodlands.
Your guide will take you to Ubirr to enjoy the view, learn about the history and enjoy a light snack as you watch the sun go down.
This is the #Kakadu #mustdo experience.
$150 per person (not including Kakadu pass)
$90 child under 12 (not including Kakadu pass)
Min 2 people (adults)
Max 6 people (7 if children)
(April - Oct)
Transport, including transfers to & from Jabiru
Coldwater to top up your water bottles
There is some trekking and climbing involved. Climbing is optional and we would consider the level of difficulty a 5/10.
There are public toilet facilities at Ubirr.
Please speak with our reservations team if you would like further information.
Transport & Pick Up
On this tour, you will visit Ubirr.
Your vehicle is a 8 seater, 4 wheel drive.
Jabiru pick up time: approx. 5.15pm
Jabiru drop off time: approx. 7.30pm
There is some climbing involved. Climbing is optional and we would consider the level of difficulty low/medium.
Be sure to include your hotel or campsite address at the time of booking, along with a contact phone number.
What to bring
Kakadu National Park Pass (compulsory*)
Water (min 1-litre bottle)
Water to refill your water bottles will be available and BYO is permitted.
A light snack is provided. If you have any dietary requirements, please advise us at least 48hrs prior to the tour.
All visitors to Kakadu National Park are required to purchase a park pass and carry this on them at all times. Parks Australia is responsible for the sale of these passes.
Your tour price does not include a Kakadu Park Pass and you are required to purchase this for yourself or your tour group prior to the tour. The pass must reflect the dates you are travelling whilst in Kakadu and rangers may ask to see this at random locations.
Passes can be purchased online, link here. Pass prices are adjusted according to the season you travel, so please check the website for details.