Visitor & cultural centres
Bowali Visitor Centre
Bowali is a Gun-djeihmi name for the local area and creek on land owned by the mirarr clan. The building's design was inspired by an Aboriginal rock shelter. Information staff are available to help you plan your Kakadu visit. Every half hour, there is an audio-visual presentation, giving different perspectives on Kakadu. The habitat display and library have detailed information about Kakadu and how much there is to see and do. The Marrawuddi Gallery promotes Aboriginal fine art by artists from Kakadu and the wider region. Refreshments are available from the Anmak An-me Café.
Bowali Visitor Centre is open from 8.00 am to 5.00 pm daily.
(08) 8938 1120 or Kakadunationalpark@environment.gov.au
Warradjan Aboriginal Cultural Centre
The shape of this building represents a Warradjan, which is a Gun-djeihmi name for pig-nosed turtle. This cultural centre is on land owned by the Murumburr clan. Developed by Bininj/Mungguy, the display provides detailed information about local Aboriginal culture to help you gain an understanding of the connection Bininj/Mungguy have with their families and their land. Traditional owners ask that you do not take photographs while you are inside Warradjan.
During the dry season, cultural activities Bus are scheduled here. The Warradjan Gift Shop has a selection of arts, crafts, books, clothing, cards and light refreshments.
Warradjan is open from 9.00 am to 5.00 pm every day.