Things to Do

Rock Art

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Rock Art

Learn about the oldest continuing culture in the world through the rock art of Kakadu. The park has paintings up to 20 000 years old, and has one of the greatest concentrations of rock art in the world.

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Fishing

Kakadu offers great opportunities to get out on the water and try your luck with some fishing. While famous for the barramundi, there are a range of other fish species to be caught. Check out the Parks Australia website for fishing limits that apply in the area and be sure to follow their advice when it comes to crocodiles in the area.

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Kakadu Waterfalls

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Kakadu Waterfalls

Pack your camera and swim suit when you visit Kakadu National Park, because the famous waterfalls in the region are spectacular. The falls fluctuate with the rain, becoming roaring torrents in the wet season best seen from the air. Twin Falls and Jim Jim Falls are two powerful favourites, but there are many secluded cascades to discover.

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Bird Watching

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Bird Watching

Kakadu National Park offers twitchers the opportunity to spot amazing birdlife from colourful finches to majestic birds of prey. Parks Australia offer an app to help you identify around 50 of their favourite birds, and provide information on what you can expect to see during your exploration.

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