Kakadu National Park

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Kakadu National Park is World Heritage listed located an easy 250 km scenic drive from Darwin. It covers 19,000 sq km and is a habitat for more than 270 species of bird, 1600 different types of plants, and quite spectacular landscapes.

Adventure programmes in Kakadu incorporate the unique landscapes, flora and fauna but also include the aboriginal experience. The Kakadu escarpment contains some of the oldest aboriginal rock art galleries.

Kakadu National Park
South Alligator, Northern Territory
Darwin, Australia


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