There is a self-guided 800 m long walking track though a limestone outcrop with visible fossilised bones and gizzard stones from ancient birds. You can also see the remains of the largest known freshwater crocodile.
The walking track has steps and is steep in places. It takes about one hour to complete.
The site is very remote and camping permit is required and fees apply.
Make sure you have sufficient fuel, water, food, vehicle spares and recovery equipment. Having a UHF radio or satellite phone is recommended. The access roads are not sealed and can be closed in wet weather.