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Gabarnmung, or Nawarla Gabarnmung, is an Aboriginal archaeological and rock art site in south-western Arnhem Land, in the Top End of Australia’s Northern Territory. The meaning of the name is "hole in the rock", "passageway", or "valley open from the centre". It lies at a remote and secret location on the traditional lands of the Jawoyn people, east of Kakadu National Park. The only way to access the site is by helicopter.


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