Kakadu National Park

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About Kakadu National Park

An absolutely spectacular place that you simply must visit at least twice; once in the wet season, (December to March) and again in the dry (All other months). This is one place that surpasses all expectation, regardless of how much it’s been hyped up by everyone you’ve spoken to. Renowned for its extraordinary wetlands, exotic animal life and rich Aboriginal culture, Kakadu National Park has received two World Heritage listings and is Australia’s largest national park spanning across 19,000 square kilometres. Experience the spectacle of millions of migratory birds, intimidating crocodiles (both fresh water and salt water) and remarkable Aboriginal rock art.

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Within the vast landscape that is Kakadu, there are five landforms, each containing a range of flora and fauna. Throughout the year, these landforms undergo spectacular changes in accordance with Kakadu's six seasons. November's pre monsoon season brings with it a tinge of green to its vibrant vegetation where April's storm season brings days of clear skies and nights of ‘knock em down' storms. Regardless of which time you choose to visit, Kakadu National Park will always be an overload to your senses, from the crystal clear waters of Jim Jim Park to the adventurous bushwalks of the Mary River region.

Offering a chance to gain insight into the diversity of Kakadu's natural life, culture and traditions, a range of tours and ranger guided activities are available year round, along with scenic flights for an eagle eye view of one of Australia's most iconic national parks.

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