A food festival 65,000 years in the making.
In 2020, Taste of Kakadu is back boasting a ten-day program of local-inspired food exploration and events.
Pop-up degustation dinners, campfire stories, cooking demonstrations with Traditional Owners, guided bush tucker walks, traditional brunch, sunset tasting cruises and hunting and gathering talks – all set against the spectacular natural landscape with the local Indigenous Bininj/Mungguy people.
World-Heritage listed Kakadu National Park is a place of abundance, busting with fresh food. With bush tucker delicacies like barramundi to buffalo, there is something for everyone.
We take ancient traditions and give them a modern twist. Cook and eat with us. Learn and discover with us. We welcome you to our home—Kakadu—to experience flavours you’ll find nowhere else on Earth. We invite you to come and try them for yourself.
Visitors require a park pass to enter Kakadu National Park. Once in the park, there will be a range of free and paid individual events for visitors to engage in, in addition to the park’s traditional highlights.