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4 Day 4WD Kakadu Adventure – Accommodated $1950

Operates: Monday & Thursday (May – October)

Departs: 6:30am

Returns: 6:30pm

Adults: $1950

Children: $1950

Minimum age 12 years.

This tour requires a moderate level of fitness. Prices are based on twin share. Solo travellers will be paired in a room with another traveller, of the same gender where possible but not guaranteed.


  • 2 nights resort accommodation (double/twin share with shared bathroom facilities)
  • 1 nights motel accommodation (double/twin share with private bathroom facilities)
  • Meals as indicated*
  • National park entry fees
  • Corroboree Billabong wetlands cruise
  • Air-conditioned 4WD mini-coach transport
  • Knowledge and experienced local guide

*Please include any dietary requirements when you book

Location Address Time
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Esplanade 116 Esplanade, Darwin 6:50am
Frontier Hotel Darwin 3 Buffalo Ct, Darwin 6:25am
H on Mitchell Hotel Apartment 105 Mitchell St, Darwin 6:50am
H on Smith Hotel 81 Smith St, Darwin 6:35am
Mantra on the Esplanade 88 Esplanade, Darwin 6:55am
The Cavenagh Hotel 12 Cavenagh St, Darwin 6:40am
Tourist Precinct Mini Bus Zone 69 Mitchell St, Darwin 6:45am
Travelodge Resort Darwin 64 Cavenagh St, Darwin 6:30am
  • Refillable water bottle (2 – 3 litres)
  • Hat, sunglasses & sunscreen
  • Towel & swimwear
  • Comfortable hiking shoes
  • Camera
  • Insect repellant (deet based) and/or fly net
  • Weather appropriate clothing (including a light jacket and long sleeved cotton shirt)
  • Small day pack

Please note: we have limited space on our 4WD transportation and therefore luggage is limited to one medium sized soft bag or backpack (max 15 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.

4 Day 4WD Kakadu Adventure – Accommodated $1950

4 Day Kakadu 4WD Adventure Itinerary

Immerse yourself in the wild landscapes and rich cultural heritage of the Northern Territory’s Kakadu National Park on our 4 Day 4WD Adventure!

Day One (lunch & dinner)

Following pick-up in central Darwin your 4 Day Kakadu Tour takes you east. You’ll travel by 4WD through the expansive landscapes of the Northern Territory to the Mary River, marking the boundary of Kakadu National Park UNESCO World Heritage Site.

An important habitat for all manner of native wetland species, it’s the world’s highest concentration of saltwater crocs which is bound to hold your attention onboard your Corroboree Billabong Wetland Cruise.

The region’s extraordinary birdlife takes centre stage at your next stop of the Mamukala Wetlands, where you’ll be able to enjoy a picnic lunch. Continuing to Jabiru you’ll have a chance to discover the region’s significance to its First Nations populations at Bowali Visitor Centre and Ubirr Rock Art Site. Crossing the croc-rich ford at Cahills Crossing, day 1 ends with sunset over the Nadab Floodplains.

Day Two (breakfast, lunch & dinner)

Day 2 sees you remain in the Jabiru area. It begins with a cultural experience led by Arnhem Land’s traditional guardians. There’s then the chance to head off-road by 4WD and on foot to the spectacular cascades of Jim Jim Falls or Twin Falls for another filling picnic lunch.

Returning to Kakadu’s human wonders, you’ll end the day at Warradjan Aboriginal Cultural Centre, where Aboriginal community elders will be on hand to impart stories about their traditional way of life which will have you captivated. End the day by examining the handicrafts and souvenirs made by local artists.

Day Three (breakfast, lunch & dinner)

The penultimate day of this 4 Day Kakadu Tour starts with sunrise at Nawurlandja Lookout. You won’t want to miss it, despite the early wakeup call, since it’s one of the national park’s finest viewpoints. This is followed by a hearty breakfast amid the splendour of Anbangbang Billabong.

Anbangbang is also the name given to some of the best-preserved ancient Aboriginal rock artworks yet discovered, part of Burrungkuy (Nourlangie), a sandstone formation that’s a beautiful sight whatever the time of day. Among the many images, you’ll see figures from the mythology of the Bininj Culture, who have lived in harmony with the animals and geography of Kakadu for tens of thousands of years.

Day Four (breakfast & lunch)

Day 4 starts with a trip to either Edith Falls or Butterfly Gorge for a cooling swim. The falls are one of the undisputed highlights of any journey to the region. Butterfly Gorge lacks the cascades of the falls, but does contain several secluded natural pools alive with the butterflies after which it is named.

On route back to Darwin, you’ll travel along the Stuart Highway to the town of Adelaide River. You’ll discover the role it played during the Second World War at its dedicated war cemetery. Your tour ends with the sun setting over the water beside Mindil Beach art and street food market.

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