Join Traditional Custodians on a 1 &1/2 hour rock art and cultural experience at Ngajarli
(previously known as Deep Gorge)
To the local Indigenous people, Murujuga is a sacred place where you will find the famed petroglyphs, ancient rock art of cultural significance.
There is estimated to be up to one million images, some more than 35,000 years old, found in the National Park. The rock art tells the stories of our country and our intrinsic link to it.
As the indigenous custodians of this land we want to share our culture and stories with you.
Adults $45, Concession $39, Children (4 - 16 years) $27
Tour Duration - 1.5 hours
Meet at the car park at Ngajarli (previously known as Deep Gorge) in the Murujuga National Park.
Entrance to National Park is on the Hearsons Cove Road, Burrup Peninsula.