Kakadu National Park is ancient ecosystems in Australia largest national park, with thundering waterfalls, green rainforests, wandering lakes, endangered wildlife and ancient rock art.
Kakadu National Park spans almost 20,000 square kilometres, and is a World Heritage Listing known for its cultural and natural values.
See stunning horizons from the top of an escarpment in Kakadu. Cruise on the breathtaking Yellow Water Billabong to see crocodiles and animals in their natural habitat, including millions of migratory birds that partly call home to the park’s wetlands.
Not only is Kakadu beautiful, but in the lush rainforests, rocky gorges, serene swimming pools and the world’s oldest indigenous rock art you can feel alive.
The Bininj / Mungguy people have been calling Kakadu home for some 65,000 years, with more than 5,000 Aboriginal rock art sites in the Park. Here they will tell you about their ancient culture and the dramatic seasons of the regions.
Kakadu National Park awaited you just three hours drive from Darwin.
(Article by northernterritory.com)
Kakadu Full-Day Tour from Darwin Including Ubirr, Guluyambi, and Arnhem Land