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World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park is internationally known and a must see when visiting up north. There is a fantastic variety of landscapes, swarming with wildlife and you can view some of the best examples and highest concentration of accessible Aboriginal rock art sites in Australia.

The park is vast, 250 km by road from Darwin on the Arnhem Highway, and stretches more than 200 km north to south and 100 km east to west. It is on the World Heritage list both for its natural and cultural importance. At its centre is the mining township of Jabiru, the only Australian town to be found located within a national park.

The Mary River side of the national park, near Darwin, is home to millions of birds, with crocodiles and fish in abundance, including the popular Barramundi.

To the east of Kakadu National Park is Arnhem Land, which encompasses 91,000 square km, and is home to many Aboriginal people, most of whom continue to practice their traditional customs.

Source: Northern Territory Travel - Kakadu and Arnhem Land

In addition to our listed online travel guide information, contact the local tourism visitor centre for your destination for more attractions, tours, local maps and other information.

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Kakadu National Park Attractions

The Bark Hut Inn
• Ph: 08 8978 8988 • Fax: 08 8978 8932 • Email
Details: Located approximately half way between Darwin and Kakadu, this is a must see historic icon of the Northern Territory. Built in the wild era of buffalo and crocodile hunting, it is now the central hub for those visiting the Mary River Wetlands and Kakadu National Park.

The property features a range of accommodation, swimming pool, restaurant and take-away, art gallery, shop, bar, wildlife sanctuary, visitor information and tour desk. The Bark Hut Tourism Centre is a perfect base for exploring the wonders of Kakadu National Park and the Mary River Wetlands.
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Kakadu National Park Tours / Charters

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Many tours to nearby popular destinations start from Alice Springs and Darwin, taking you to places including Adelaide River, Katherine, Kakadu, Kings Canyon, Litchfield National Park, and West MacDonnell Range.
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Kakadu Air Tours
Kakadu Air
• Ph: 08 8941 9611 • Ph: 1800 089 113 (Bookings) • Fax: 08 8941 9577 • Email
Spectacular scenic flights over Kakadu National Park and Arnhemland. Heli adventures and fixed wing flights. The only way to see the changing landscapes and vast panoramas of Kakadu National Park and neighbouring Arnhem Land! Ancient sandstone escarpments surrounded by mighty rivers winding seaward flanked by billabongs, floodplains and rainforest. Spectacular scenic flights daily from Cooinda and Jabiru!
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Kakadu General Tours
Kakadu Tours
• 69 Mitchell St, DARWIN NT 0801
• Ph: 08 8988 3222 • Toll: 1300 115 922 • Mobile: 0418 222 058 • Email
When you travel with Territory Expeditions, you are embarking on a voyage of discovery. Our tours are for travellers who really want to experience all the wonders that make up the North of Australia.
Kakadu Tours
• Kakadu Tours & Travel Shop 6, Jabiru Plaza, JABIRU NT 0886 • Ph: 08 8979 2548 • Email
Kakadu Tours & Travel can get you to Kakadu from anywhere in the world! Online bookings for tours accommodation and services in Kakadu National Park.
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Kakadu Indigenous Owned/Managed Tours
Kakadu Culture Camp
• Ph: 08 8979 2048 (often unattended) • Mobile: 0428 792 048 (preferred contact) • Email
Experience an Aboriginal tour at Australia’s World Heritage listed Kakadu National Park.

The Kakadu Culture Camp is owned and operated by the Hunter family from Kakadu National Park. It was a dream of their late Grandfather Namandjalorrwokwok to establish a camp where Bininj (Aboriginal) people could live and work, and share their culture, traditional heritage and amazing wildlife with tourists from around the world.
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Kakadu 4WD Tours
Kakadu 4WD Safaris
• Ph: 08 8983 1334 • Ph: 1300 551 112 (Bookings) • Fax: 08 8983 1370 • Email
Kakadu 4WD Safaris is a small owner operated family company, designed to give you more for your money. Adam and his guide's love of the bush and Aboriginal knowledge is unsurpassed and will be passed on to all who want to learn. Kakadu 4WD Adventures strives to provide an action packed adventure and is suited to fit, energetic people, specifically the 18-35 age group.
Lords Kakadu & Arnhemland Safaris
• Ph: +61 8 8948 2200 • Email
Small family business offering unique, 4 wheel drive, tailored luxury tours throughout Kakadu, Litchfield, Arnhem Land the the Kimberley.
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Kakadu National Park - Did You Know?

Following are the Aboriginal Seasons:
Gunumeleng • October to December This is the pre-monsoonal storm season. This is the build-up to the big wet, being very humid and with more thunderstorms. The many waterbirds disperse and mosquitoes are on the increase.
Gudjewg • January to February This is the period with the most rain. There are violent thunderstorms and an abundance of wildlife. It is hot and moist.
Banggereng • March Animals are caring for their young, and plants are fruiting. There are also violent, windy storms (called “knock ’em down storms”).
Yegge • April to May Early morning mists hang over the plains and water holes, as the air starts to dry out. Waterfalls are still full and most tracks are open.
Wurrgeng • June to July Temperatures cool,  and low humidity. This is the high season for tourist with birds crowding the receding waterholes.
Gurrung • August to September Temperatures around 30C and low humidity. This is the high season for tourist with birds crowding the receding waterholes.
For more information about the seasons, visit the - Kakadu Seasons
Also check out the Kakadu Culture Camp - Kakadu's Six Seasons.
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