Extraordinary natural beauty & ancient cultural heritage make it a must do on everyones list.
Enjoy the jewels of Kakadu National Park. Located 240 kilometres east of Darwin, Kakadu National Park is Australia’s largest national park, covering almost 20,000 square kilometres.
The World Heritage-listed park has extraordinary natural beauty and ancient cultural heritage make it a must do on everyones list when travelling Australia. With terrain encompassing wetlands, rivers and sandstone escarpments, it’s home to some 2,000 plant species and wildlife from saltwater crocodiles and Flatback turtles to hundreds of bird species.
Aboriginal rock-art paintings dating to prehistoric times can be viewed at sites such as Nourlangie, Nanguluwur and Ubirr. Some highlights include the Gunlom plunge pools, Jim Jim Falls, Twin Falls and the Mamukala Wetlands.