Northern Territory

Popular Walks

Contact details

Natural Resources - http://www.nt.gov.au/nreta/parks/


Easy
2.1 km return
1 hr

Cemetery & Trig Hill Loop

This is a hugely historic area and this walk, with its interpretive signs, takes you out to the cemetery and around the immediate area, up Trig Hill and back to the Telegraph Station.

Easy
900 m return
30 mins

City Lookout

This short walk to the City Lookout gives you an elevated 360° view over Mt Isa and the surrounding area.

Easy
500 m return
15 mins

Karlu Karlu Walk

Karlu Karlu translates as 'round boulders', or the Devils Marbles, is a living cultural landscape and traditional country of the Warumunga, Kaytetye, Alyawarra and Warlpiri people. These granite boulders, many of which are precariously balanced on top of one another are scattered across the wide shallow valley that makes up the Reserve.

Easy
1.6 km return
45 mins

Mayijangu & Lookout Walk

Nyanjiki Lookout providing panoramic views of the Reserve and the opportunity to 'rock hop' the marbles. These granite boulders, many of which are precariously balanced on top of one another are scattered across the wide shallow valley that makes up the Reserve.

Easy
5.2 km return
90 mins

Nurrku Walk & Yakkula Loop

This walk provides visitors with a longer opportunity to experience the wider Reserve. These granite boulders, many of which are precariously balanced on top of one another are scattered across the wide shallow valley that makes up the Reserve.

Easy
600 m return
15 mins

The Pebbles

Kunjarra, The Pebbles are a natural rock formation surrounded by myth and legend; a women's place. Kunjarra is believed by the Warumungu Aboriginal people to be related to the Devils Marbles and are a sacred site where a number of dancing and healing rituals have been traditionally carried out.
Due to the significance of the site, visitors are asked not to climb on the rocks.

Hard
16.5 km one-way
2 days

Waleka Walk

A walk in the Nitmiluk National Park.

Easy
1.5 km return
45 mins

Mt Cahill

A short walk to Mirral Lookout from the viewing platform atop Mt Cahill, one of only a few vantage points to view the floodplains below.

Easy
2.3 km return
90 mins

Nourlangie (Burrungkuy)

A circular walk that takes you past an ancient Aboriginal shelter and several outstanding World Heritage rock art sites, that includes an impressive 'Lightning Man' image. A short climb to Gunwarddehwardde Lookout provides impressive views of Kakadu's escarpment and extensive savannah woodlands below.

Easy
2.2 km return
75 mins

Ubirr Rocks

A circular track that takes you past several fascinating Aboriginal rock art sites. A moderately steep 250m climb takes you to Nadad Lookout that offers a 360° view of the surrounding floodplain, with the Arnhem Land escarpment to the east.