Kakadu National Park

Kakadu is Australia’s biggest national park where you can find ancient landscapes with breath-taking waterfalls, lush rainforests, wandering wetlands, exotic wildlife and ancient rock art. Covering alomst 20,000 square kilometres, Kakadu National Park is a World Heritage listing renowned for both its cultural and natural values. We recommend a cruise on yellow water billabong to spot crocodile in their national habitat, taking a dip in one of the many gorges and swimming pools and checking out the oldest Indigenous rock art in the world.

Our Highlights

Watch the sunset at Ubirr
Take a guided tour of the Burrungkuy rock art site
Go fishing at Cahill‘s Crossing
Hike up Gunlom and go for a refreshing plunge in the Top Pools
See the impressive Jim Jim Falls
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