Kakadu & Surrounds
Cascading waterfalls, rugged cliffs, aboriginal rock art, giant crocodiles and exotic birdlife, Kakadu National Park is so much more than just a nature reserve. If you’re looking to experience Australia’s “outback”, it doesn’t get much better than this.

Covering nearly 20,000 square kilometres, Kakadu National Park is a landscape of contrasts, renowned for its astonishing array of attractions. Cruise on billabongs teeming with wildlife, marvel at ancient rock paintings with the help of an Indigenous guide, swim in pools at some of the best falls and hike through pristine ancient landscapes.

Experience some of the park’s major sites including the awe-inspiring Jim Jim Falls, Mamukala Wetlands, the Bowali Visitor Centre, the town of Jabiru and Nourlangie Rock. Whether you want to explore on foot, join a cruise or guided tour, pitch a tent, park your van or try a safari camp, the options are endless, and so are the views.