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Kakadu National Park

World Heritage National Park, Kakadu is a place of true wonder with its endless supply of breathtaking views, aboriginal rock art, swimming pools and cascading waterfalls. This ancient place is filled with iconic wildlife and gorges. There is so much to see and do, it’s easy to get lost in the magic of Kakadu. 

Kakadu National Park

World Heritage-listed national park pristine wilderness brimming with wildlife. At Australia’s largest national park you will see important Aboriginal rock art sites, and exotic landscapes teeming with birdlife and see a crocodile in the wild. Experience many of the park’s major sites including Mamukala Wetlands, the Bowali Visitor Centre, the town of Jabiru, Nourlangie Rock, Jim Jim and Twin Falls, Cooinda and Gunlom. There are natural swimming waterholes and bush walks for all fitness levels.

Litchfield National Park

One of the best kept secrets of the Norther Territory, on 60 minutes drive south of Darwin. Offering stunning waterfalls and waterholes that are surrounded by monsoonal vine forests – allowing a little relief from the tropical heat. Here you will also see some of the largest termite mounds in the Top End. A viewing area with accessible boardwalks has been constructed just off Litchfield Park Road in the northern area of the Park, 120 kilometres south of Darwin. You wil be able to see two metre-high, thin Magnetic Termite mounds, and taller four metre high Cathedral Termite mounds.

Mary River Wetlands

Located about an hour east of Darwin it is a good place to stop on your way to Kakadu National Park or for a day trip from the city. The Wetlands Visitor Centre has panoramic views of the wetlands, sitting high above the flood plains. You can browse inteactive displays of the birds and animals found at the Top End.

Scenic Glen Helen Gorge
White Egret

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