"Don't damage anything!" Kakadu National Park Warnings Or Dangers Tip by kooka3
Kakadu National Park Warnings and Dangers: 20 reviews and 32 photos
The National Park people and the Aboriginal people who belong to the land take the preservation of the area VERY seriously! Many of the areas that we are allowed to visit are sacred and/or traditional areas for these people. Out of respect for the Aboriginal people and to protect the art and other sacred sites for others to enjoy, please don't touch things! There are many signs there that ask people not to touch any paintings (oils on fingers destroy the pigments), stay on the tracks, and respect the boundaries of restricted/prohibited areas. They fine people at least AUS$5000 if you don't follow these rules, or if people are found damaging an archaeological site or artefact.
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