Discover Kakadu with Ayal Aboriginal Tours. Owned and operated by Victor Cooper, a Traditional Owner and former park ranger of Kakadu National Park. Join Victor as he shares his stories about his Country and Ancestors and life on the South Alligator Floodplain. Victor holds extensive cultural knowledge that he is approved to share at the spectacular rock art sites of Ubirr and Burrungkuy (Nourlangie). Learn how to ‘read Country’ the Bininj way, appreciating seasonal changes, bushtucker, tools and medicine and methods of caring for Country, both traditional way and modern way.
Looking for an exclusive Kakadu cultural experience? Ayal Aboriginal Tours Kakadu offers private guided tours to Kakadu’s premier rock art sites at Ubirr and Burrungkuy (Nourlangie). As a Traditional Owner and an approved cultural rock art interpreter, Ayal’s Victor Cooper can give you deeper insights and understanding into some of the intriguing art works, the seasons and the landscapes around you.
Alternatively, view the floodplains of the South Alligator River and journey to Mamukala wetlands, home to an array of birds during the drier months, take a guided walk around the edges and be rewarded with sightings of the less common birds and animals.
For a true off the beaten track experience, Ayal Aboriginal Tours can take you on an exclusive tour of a rarely seen area of Kakadu on Victor Cooper’s Grandmother’s Country. Learn about the fascinating history of buffalo hunting and take a walk around the Gabarlgu Billabong and South Alligator mangrove forest to find out about the local wildlife, traditional bushfoods and our special ancestral connection to this country.
Tours can be designed to best suit your interests, group sizes and timeframes from short 2 hour experiences through to full day authentic cultural immersions.