Discover more about Kakadu in Australia’s Northern Territory, the largest national park in Australia and a World Heritage site brimming with natural and cultural values.
Kakadu National Park is an enormous, biodiverse nature reserve in Australia’s Northern Territory. With terrain encompassing wetlands, rivers and sandstone escarpments, it’s home to some 2,000 plant species and wildlife from saltwater crocodiles and flatback turtles to birds. Aboriginal rock paintings, dating to prehistoric times, can be viewed at sites such as Nourlangie, Nanguluwur and Ubirr.
Swim under thundering waterfalls, walk through ancient Aboriginal rock art galleries, or spot saltwater crocodiles and go bird watching on the scenic Yellow Water billabong in Kakadu.
Check out Kakadu Travel Guide for nature experiences, adventure travel and Aboriginal culture tours:
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