2 Day Kakadu 4WD Safari $350

2 Day Kakadu 4WD Safari $350

2 Day Kakadu 4WD Safari Itinerary

No matter what time of year you visit Kakadu, there is always something to do. The dry season runs from May to October and at this time of year most visitor sites are open. The wet season extends from November to April and brings green landscapes, flooding and the chance to explore with fewer visitors. This 2 Day Kakadu 4WD Safari runs from March – September an offers 2 full days of hiking, swimming, waterfalls, bush walking, exploring and enjoying the wonder of Kakadu National Park.

Due to the nature of the weather and the changing seasons in Kakadu and its effects on the road access in the area, itineraries can vary for each tour departure. No matter the itinerary however, we offer handsdown the best 2 Day Kakadu 4WD Safari experience available and all that at a great price.

The Kakadu 4WD Tours itinerary is chosen from the following activities:

Day One (lunch & dinner)

Pickup is at 7.00am from your accommodation in Darwin.

Corroboree Tavern & Bark Hut Inn
The Corroboree Tavern has been around since the 1980’s and is a must do on your outback experience. The Tavern is home to crocodiles, buffalo and other exciting animals. You may even get the chance to meet ‘Fred the Freshy’ and the park’s main star, ‘Brutus the Salty;’ a four-meter Saltwater Crocodile.

The Bark Hut Inn is a popular tourist destination for travelers on their way to Kakadu, or other regions close by. It serves as an ongoing reminder of the success, built from the Australia Buffalo Industry and the willpower of the brave men and women, who pioneered the Outback in the 1960’s.

Catherdral Termite Mounds
The Magnetic Termite Mounds are situated in Litchfield National Park. Take a walk along the boardwalk and witness these breathtaking architectural masterpieces, ranging between 2 and 4-meters high. These astounding structures are built by termites and feature chimneys, tunnels, arches, insulation and nursery chambers. These structures are over 100 years old and are only found in the Northern parts of Australia.

White Lilly Billabong
White Lilly Billabong is just off Jim Jim Road and is home to a vast variety of birdlife. Enjoy a picnic lunch along the banks of the Billabong and keep that camera close by, as we will witness some of Kakadu’s most exotic birdlife.

Maguk (Barramundi Gorge)
Maguk (Barramundi Gorge) is located an hour’s drive from Cooinda. Located amongst the World Heritage Listed – Kakadu National Park, it is home to stunning plunge pools and Anbinik Trees. Enjoy a 2km hike around the falls and upper reaches of the Gorge. It is a superb spot for swimming and exploring.

Nourlangie
Nourlangie showcases 20,000+ years of aboriginal art, culture and history. We will go on a 1km hike through this sacred area, whilst learning about the Dreamtime and Mythology of the Aboriginals, the traditional owners of the land.

Yellow Water Billabong
Kakadu National Park is home to one third of Australia’s bird species. Experience this abundant birdlife, with a sunset nature walk, followed by a drive to Jim Jim Campground, where we will call home for the night.

Bush Camping
Set up camp and get nice and comfortable, before tucking into our BBQ dinner. Broaden your taste buds, as Buffalo sausages and Kangaroo Stir-fry, will be on the menu.

Day Two (breakfast, lunch & dinner)

Noururlandja
Nourlangie is one of the most popular Rock Art spots in the National Park and is home to hundreds of colourful paintings of animals, people, and weapons, drawing out a fascinating narrative from thousands of years ago. Nuwurlandja Lookout, is situated next to Nourlangie Rock and is the perfect location to view spectacular lightning storms, after a 600m climb to the top of the lookout.

Ubirr
Ubirr is a magical place, home to Aboriginal Rock Art. Drawings, dating back several thousands of years, illustrate animals such as barramundi, catfish, mullet, goannas, long-neck turtles and much more. From the peak of Ubirr Rock, experience panoramic views over the floodplains and escarpments.

Warradjan Aboriginal Cultural Centre
Warradjan Aboriginal Cultural Centre was developed by the traditional owners of Kakadu. The Centre displays many artefacts, dating back thousands of years. Learn what ‘bush tucker’ is and maybe even purchase a traditional Didgeridoo or some local artwork at the gift shop (own expense).

Yurmikmik (Motor Creek Falls & Kurrundie Creek Falls)
Experience a full day hike through the monsoonal rain forest, ensuring that you will be able to experience the wet season in its full glory. Discover Boulder Creek and Kurrundie Creek rich in exotic wildlife and bushtucker. Take a dip in Kurrundie Creeks fresh flowing waterfalls and feel totally rejuvenated.

Bowali Visitor Centre
Named after the nearby Bowali Creek, The Bowali Visitor Centre is situated amongst Kakadu National Park. Watch a 25-minute audio visual presentation, to help you gain a greater understanding of Kakadu, its land and its history, then take a walk through the interpretive displays.

Return to Darwin approximately 6pm on Day 2.

Operates: Wednesday & Saturday (March & April)

Monday, Wednesday & Saturday (May – September)

Departs: 7:00am

Returns: 6:30pm

Adults: $350 + $55 National Park / camping fees to be paid on the day of the tour

Please note that all adult passengers must purchase a Kakadu National Park Ticket, which is compulsory whilst travelling within Kakadu. This ticket is valid for 14 consecutive days of travel. Tickets can be purchased on the morning of the tour before departure.

Cancellation policy: Due to the nature of Kakadu Tours any cancellations under 7 days result in 100% cancellation fees. Please read the full terms and conditions by clicking here.

  • Camping accommodation and equipment
  • Meals as indicated
  • Friendly and informative guide
Location Address Time
Air Raid City Lodge 35 Cavenagh St, Darwin 7:00am
Alatai Apartments McMinn St, Darwin 7:00am
Argus Apartments 6 Cardona Court, Darwin 7:00am
Chilli’s Backpackers 69 Mitchell St, Darwin 7:00am
City Garden Apartments 93 Woods St, Darwin 7:00am
Darwin Central Hotel 21 Knuckey St, Darwin 7:00am
Dingo Moon Lodge 88 Mitchell St, Darwin 7:00am
Double Tree Hilton 116 – 122 The Esplanade, Darwin 7:00am
Frogshollow Backpackers 27 Lindsay St, Darwin 7:00am
Frontier Hotel 3 Buffalo Court, Darwin 7:00am
Gecko Lodge 146 Mitchell St, Darwin 7:00am
H Hotel 81 Smith St, Darwin 7:00am
Harriet Place Backpackers 4 Harriet Place, Darwin 7:00am
Hilton Darwin 32 Mitchell St, Darwin 7:00am
Luma Luma Holiday Apartments 26 Knuckey St, Darwin 7:00am
Mantra on the Esplanade 88 The Esplanade, Darwin 7:00am
Mantra Pandanas 43 Knuckey St, Darwin 7:00am
Marrakai Luxury All-Suites 93 Smith St, Darwin 7:00am
Mediterranean All Suite Hotel 81 Cavenagh St, Darwin 7:00am
Novotel Atrium 100 The Esplanade, Darwin 7:00am
Oaks Elan 31 Woods St, Darwin 7:00am
Palms City Resort 64 The Esplanade, Darwin 7:00am
Palms Motel 100 McCinn St, Darwin 7:00am
Darwin City Point Hotel (Poinciana Inn) 84 Mitchell St, Darwin 7:00am
Top End Hotel 10 Daly St, Darwin 7:00am
Travelodge Mirambeena Resort 64 Cavenagh St, Darwin 7:00am
Value Inn 50 Mitchell St, Darwin 7:00am
Vibe Hotel Darwin Waterfront 7 Kitchnew Drive, Darwin 7:00am
YHA Darwin Melaleuca On Mitchell 52 Mitchell St, Darwin 7:00am
Youth Shack 69 Mitchell St, Darwin 7:00am
  • Comfortable walking shoes
  • Sunscreen
  • Insect repellent
  • Weather appropriate clothing (including a light jacket and long sleeved cotton shirt)
  • Hat
  • Swimmers
  • 1 litre refillable water bottle
  • Towel
  • Camp pillow / small cushion
  • Sleeping bag

Please note: we have limited space on our 4WD transportation and therefore luggage is limited to one medium sized soft bag or backpack (max 10 kgs) and a day pack. Large backpacks or suitcases cannot be accommodated and should be left at your accommodation in Darwin for the duration of the tour.

Sleeping bags may be hired for $10 to be paid on the day of your tour. Please let us know when you book if you require a sleeping bag.

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