Kakadu National Park, Indigenous Rock Art, Gunbim Proofsheet

A Photo Gallery By Brigitte Seidl

Australia's Kakadu National Park contains one of the greatest concentrations of rock art sites in the world and constitutes one of the longest historical records of any group of people. Rock art is still very relevant to local indigenous people. It shows objects they still use, animals they still hunt and activities they still do. The rock art in Kakadu was painted for a number of reasons. Some sites and paintings could only be painted by people with the right knowledge. Sorcery paintings co

Indigenous rock art, Gunbim
Indigenous rock art, Gunbim
Indigenous rock art, Gunbim
Indigenous rock art, Gunbim
Indigenous rock art, Gunbim
Indigenous rock art, Gunbim
Indigenous rock art, Gunbim
Indigenous rock art, Gunbim
Indigenous rock art, Gunbim
Indigenous rock art, Gunbim
Indigenous rock art, Gunbim
Indigenous rock art, Gunbim
Indigenous rock art, Gunbim
Indigenous rock art, Gunbim
Indigenous rock art, Gunbim
Indigenous rock art, Gunbim
Indigenous rock art, Gunbim
Indigenous rock art, Gunbim
Indigenous rock art, Gunbim
Indigenous rock art, Gunbim
Indigenous rock art, Gunbim
Indigenous rock art, Gunbim
Indigenous rock art, Gunbim
Indigenous rock art, Gunbim


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Photo 1. Indigenous rock art, Gunbim. Kakadu National Park contains one of the greatest concentrations of rock art sites in the world and constitutes one of the longest historical records of any group of people.

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