Choose wetlands and wildlife in Kakadu, with its towering escarpments and events that test your skills at spotting birdlife and fish. Meet traditional landowners for exclusive demonstrations of Aboriginal traditions.
If you're after a unique experience celebrating cultural diversity and community, then Kakadu's Mahbilil festival may be just what you are after.
Make the most of your time in Kakadu and join the rangers to learn about the landscapes, wildlife, local history and culture of Kakadu National Park. There are free daily art site walks to learn more about Aboriginal art and Dreamtime stories, bush tucker, wildlife and local history.
Or wrangle an invitation to an exclusive Kakadu fishing competition.
There are a variety of activities taking place in Kakadu, mostly in the Dry season (May through to October), so visit the Bowali visitor centre for further information.
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