There's plenty to do in Kakadu. With a World Heritage-listed national park and the remote region of Arnhem Land as your playground, the options are endless, and so are the views. Walk through a pristine wilderness brimming with wildlife or take a river cruise and spot the world's largest reptile.
If you're after a unique experience celebrating cultural diversity, community or wildlife, then planning a visit to Kakadu to check out one of our festivals may be just what you are after.
Enter a realm of unspoiled landscapes, ancient culture and cascading waterfalls. Kakadu Nationalpark is one of the world's last true wilderness frontiers, with the rare distinction of being World Heritage-listed for both cultural and natural values
Kakadu Nationalpark is home to one third of Australia's bird species, with at least 60 species found in the wetlands alone.
Welcome to a land where ancient indigenous culture lives on into the present. For more than 40,000 years, Aboriginal peoples have lived in Kakadu and Arnhem Land, painting their stories onto the rocks.
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