Tips & Articles

20
September
2019

Kakadu Bird Week

National Park is home to one-third of all Australian bird species. One third! That’s 280 different types of birds for you to […]

19
September
2019

How did Kakadu get its name?

Kakadu is Australia’s largest national park and home to some of Australia’s most diverse and impressive wildlife, but how did […]

26
June
2019

Why Visiting Warradjan Aboriginal Cultural Centre Should Be on Your Radar

Created by the traditional owners of the Kakadu land, the Warradjan Aboriginal Cultural Centre is the very heart of the […]

21
June
2019

What is a Billabong?

The phrase ‘billabong’ is used throughout many of our tour itineraries. With the Yellow Water Billabong, to the White Lily […]

14
June
2019

Interesting Facts about the National Park

Many people visit Kakadu National Park because they hear of the spiritual experiences, adventure and amazing landscape that awaits them. […]

31
May
2019

How did the aboriginal people create their rock art?

Australia is home to the oldest continuous culture in the entire world; the Aboriginal people. The Indigenous Australians were the […]

24
May
2019

What to pack on a safari?

Australia’s biggest national park, Kakadu is a wildlife paradise home to fascinating natural formations and unique sceneries. Instead of stopping […]

20
May
2019

The Birds and Plant Life of the Kakadu Wetlands

Kakadu Wetlands The Kakadu Wetlands is Australia’s largest national park and covers an area of over 20,000 square kilometres. The […]

15
April
2019

How do you travel through Kakadu National Park?

Sick of the concrete jungle? Lucky for you nestled at the very top of the country is a place that […]

2
April
2019

What are the main features of Kakadu National Park?

Kakadu National Park is a hub for biological diversity, filled to the brim with vast landscapes, unique wildlife, and natural […]

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