Uunguu Visitor Pass

The Uunguu Visitor Pass (UVP) is now required for visitors by road, air and coast, enabling people to enjoy an authentic Uunguu experience - sharing in our unique Wanjina Wunggurr culture and beautiful savannah and coastal landscapes. Please see the fee table below.

If you are an independent traveller and visiting by 4WD or aircraft, you need a Ngauwudu Road Zone pass.

If you are an independent traveller coming by boat, sea plane or helicopter you need an Onshore Access pass for the Uunguu Coast Zone.

If you are an independent bushwalker you need a Bushwalker pass. Click here to view our approved Bushwalking Corridors.

If you are visiting on a commercial tour, your registered tour operator will organise your pass. Click here to ensure your tour operator is UVP-registered (has Traditional Owner permission to visit our authorised cultural sites/visitor locations).

Tour Operators and Passengers click here for more information.

The UVP will enable us Wunambal Gaambera people to manage our land and sea Country for future generations.                  

When visitors buy a UVP, they will be helping us Wunambal Gaambera people to:
  • Build leadership in the tourism industry on our Country.
  • Establish managed visitor sites at key locations, with Uunguu Rangers and Traditional Owners welcoming, guiding and sharing culture.
  • Grow our Uunguu Ranger program with a tourism focus.
  • Provide cultural expertise and support for tour operators.
  • Develop our own authentic “Uunguu Experience” tourism ventures.
PLEASE NOTE: There is no public internet/phone access on Wunambal Gaambera Country. It is important that you download/print all relevant passes, maps, guides and information BEFORE travel.

Uunguu Visitor Pass (UVP) Fees

Independent (Non Tour) Visitors

Please note:

Children 5 years and younger have free entry and do not require a UVP.

The best time to visit Wunambal Gaambera Country is April 1 - October 31: UVPs will only be issued for this period.

(Per Person Includes GST)
PASS TYPE 2018  2019

Onshore Access (Uunguu Coast Zone)
Private Vessels going ashore to Visitor Locations
50 Visitor Locations / 30 consecutive days

Onshore Access (Uunguu Coast Zone)
Sea planes and helicopters going ashore to Visitor Locations
50 Visitor Locations / 10 consecutive days
PASS TYPE 2018 2019
Ngauwudu Road Zone, including Punamii-Uunpuu (Mitchell Falls)
13 Visitor Locations / 5 consecutive days 
Private 4WD Vehicles via Port Warrender Road &
Private and Charter Aircraft via Mitchell Plateau Airstrip
In approved bushwalking corridors / 14 consecutive days
(includes access to all Ngauwudu (Road) Zone Visitor Locations - click here for corridors map)