Conserve ancient art and culture

Kakadu National Park

Kakadu nourlangie rock art

Support Indigenous rangers to maintain and conserve ancient rock art at Kakadu National Park.

Home to the oldest living culture on earth, Kakadu National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage site, recognised as a living cultural landscape. Kakadu’s art sites represent a unique artistic collection because of the wide range of styles used, the large number of sites and the delicate and detailed depiction of a wide range of human figures and identifiable animal species.

Many of the art and archaeological sites of the park are tens of thousands of years old. It takes ongoing care to protect and preserve these priceless treasures for the future.

Contribute to this essential work by the Kakadu Indigenous Rangers to conserve these unique works of art.