Along the Arnhem Highway, about an hour's drive from Darwin and forming part of the scenic Marrakai floodplains, Djukbinj National Park contains a portion of the catchment and drainage for the Adelaide River.
The abundance of water all year round has ensured the park's importance as a roosting and feeding site for waterbirds, magpie geese, egrets and brolgas.
Djukbinj National Park offers a beautiful scenic and unique cultural drive through a floodplain network of billabongs, from Scotts Creek through to Twin billabong. Pause at each billabong and observe bird and aquatic life.
The Limilngan-Wulna people speak for this area and manage it in partnership with Parks and Wildlife. Historically, this area has been a vital hunting ground, providing traditional foods and medicines for the local people.