A journey to the Top End is a journey into the cultural heart of Australia. You'll meet a vast and stunning landscape that is steeped in ancient Aboriginal creation stories and home to a vibrant indigenous culture.
Located less than 3 hours from Darwin, Australia’s largest National Park - Kakadu National Park is your gateway to explore Aboriginal rock art sites and exotic landscapes teeming with wildlife. Explore on foot, join a cruise or guided tour, spot crocs and birdlife, swim in waterfalls, and discover an ancient and fascinating local Aboriginal culture.
Nourlangie Rock Art Site showcase ancient paintings that are a window to a rich spiritual tradition. With guided and self-guided options available, this ancient gallery is an insight into the local people and their relationship with their country and beliefs.
Nourlangie Rock Art Site
Ubirr is definitely a Kakadu highlight and a wonderful place to visit. Home to one of two major Kakadu rock stars - firstly you can see ancient Aboriginal rock art, followed by an unforgettable sunset from the top of the rocks overlooking the floodplains.
For more information please visit Parks Australia website:
Kakadu National Park
Free ranger talks
Join some of the free activities throughout Kakadu, including daily art site talks, walks, cultural activities and night-time slide shows. They also offer cultural and wildlife tours. Visit the Parks Australia website for further information and tour details.
Parks Australia - free ranger tours
Bowali visitor centre