As a result of the constantly evolving COVID-19 situation, Kakadu National Park will be closed until 11.
59 pm 18 June 2020.
Parks Australia will continue to enable access to Kakadu National Park for residents of the park and surrounding Aboriginal communities, essential services, and those working in the community.
. . .
Before you start exploring Kakadu National Park, get familiarised by exploring the Bowali Visitor Centre. It's a great first-stop on your Kakadu adventure. Our staff are on hand to answer questions and help plan your walks and activities.
Spend an hour at the interpretive centre where you can watch a 25 minute video presentation to help you gain a greater understanding of Kakadu's landscape and moods. Videos are shown on the half hour giving different perspectives on Kakadu and its international significance.
You’ll find the Anmak An-me Café and Marrawuddi Gallery here. Take a look at Marrawuddi Gallery for Aboriginal arts, crafts, books and gifts, then enjoy a refreshment at the cafe. There’s also a recharging station in Bowali.
A park pass is required to enter Kakadu National Park. Save time on your holiday and purchase your Kakadu park pass online before you leave.