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Visitors looking over the Kakadu landscape with an Aboriginal guide from Kakadu Cultural Tours
Visitors with a Aboriginal guide aboard a Yellow Water Billabong cruise.
isitors looking over the Kakadu landscape with an Aboriginal guide.

Parc national de Kakadu

Couvrant près de 20 000 kilomètres carrés d'une beauté naturelle exceptionnelle et d'une biodiversité unique, le parc national de Kakadu regorge d'animaux sauvages, abrite d'importants sites d'art rupestre aborigène et abrite des paysages divers et exotiques.

Cela lui a valu une liste du patrimoine mondial pour ses valeurs culturelles et naturelles.

Kakadu est riche en beautés naturelles et possède une abondance d'animaux sauvages indigènes.

Les Bininj/Mungguy vivent et prennent soin de ce pays depuis 65 000 ans. Venez vous émerveiller devant l'art rupestre prolifique du parc et découvrez l'un des plus longs enregistrements historiques de n'importe quel groupe de personnes sur terre.

Kakadu est à trois heures de Darwin sur la route touristique Nature's Way.

Gagnez du temps pendant vos vacances et achetez votre laissez-passer pour le parc Kakadu en ligne avant de quitter la maison.

Choses à voir et à faire à Kakadu

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    Tarif d’entrée

    • Indicative Prices billets à partir de $25 jusqu’à $40
      Dry Season Adults $40.00 Seniors Concession $30.00 Tropical Summer Adults $25.00 Seniors Concession $19.00
    • Child billets à partir de $12.50 jusqu’à $20.00
      Dry Season Children 5-15 years $20.00 0-4 years - free Tropical Summer Children 5-15 years $12.50 0-4 years - free


    • Parking
    • Parking autocar
    • Aire de pique nique
    • Toilette publique
    • Wifi gratuit
    • Wifi payant


    • Quatre roues au volant
    • Observation des oiseaux
    • Camping
    • Pêche
    • La natation
    • Des promenades
    • Randonnée


    Accès handicapés disponibles, opérateur de contact pour plus de détails.


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    What’s nearby

    What’s nearby

    Explore the NT
    Driving routes Flight paths
  • Map


    What’s nearby

    What’s nearby

    Explore the NT
    Driving routesFlight paths
  • FAQs

    Can Kakadu National Park be done as a day trip?

    It's possible to do a day trip to Kakadu from Darwin, and a few tour operators offer one-day options. We recommend spending more time if possible - there is just too much to see and do! Try to spend at least a couple of days and nights here.


    Do I need any passes or permits to visit Kakadu National Park?

    A park pass is required, which you can buy online. Permits may be needed for fishing and camping. It's best to refer to the Kakadu National Park website for more details.


    How do I get around Kakadu National Park?

    A great way to get around is to drive yourself which gives you the freedom the explore the region at your own pace. Some roads can only be accessed by 4WD. If you prefer to let someone else do the driving, there are plenty of operators who run tours into Kakadu. Check out the Kakadu National Park website for information on road access and guided tours.


    How do I get to Kakadu National Park?

    There are plenty of guided tours that run daily from Darwin, or you can drive yourself. It's around 3 hours' drive (256 km) from Darwin to Jabiru, the main township in Kakadu National Park. You can also take the 3-hour drive (303 km) north to Jabiru from Katherine, via the south entrance of Kakadu National Park at Pine Creek. Alternatively, you can fly into the park on a light aircraft charter.


    How far is Kakadu National Park from Darwin?

    The main town in Kakadu is Jabiru, located in the north of the park. From Jabiru to Darwin is 3 hours' drive (256 km).


    What are the major attractions at Kakadu National Park?

    Don't miss the ancient Aboriginal rock art at Nourlangie and Ubirr, the natural infinity pool at Gunlom, and the beauty of Jim Jim and Twin Falls. Get out on the water with a Guluyambi Cultural Cruise or marvel at the sunset on a Yellow Water cruise.


    What should I bring with me to Kakadu National Park?

    We recommend you bring comfortable walking shoes, a hat, sunscreen, first aid kit, insect repellent, and that you always carry plenty of drinking water. You may also wish to bring a camera and binoculars to spot the birds and wildlife that the park is famous for.


    When is the best time to visit Kakadu National Park?

    Kakadu is popular year-round, and the different seasons all offer something special. Between May and October the nights are cool and the days are warm, and it's easy to access everything in the park. From November to April the energy of the wet season is unleashed with tropical storms and flowing rivers a sight to behold.


    Where should I go next from Kakadu National Park?

    Kakadu National Park is full of surprises. Heading north-east you can see the rugged wonder of Arnhem Land (you will need a permit). Venture south to visit Nitmiluk National Park and Nitmiluk Gorge. To the west is the Mary River region and Darwin. Follow the Nature's Way drive loop to take in Litchfield National Park.