There are few places in the Northern Territory where you'll be able to bag a more memorable souvenir than at the Marrawuddi Gallery. Entirely run by the traditional owners of the local land, Marrawuddi showcases not only artists residing within Kakadu, but also those from Arnhem Land and other associated... more »
Situated in a busy corner of Jim Jim Creek is Yellow Water Billabong – Kakadu’s most famous wetland, which comes to life at sunrise and sunset. Home to an astonishing abundance of wildlife, no doubt you’ll want to get up close and personal with all of the animal action. There... more »
Avoid the more crowded areas of Kakadu National Park by winding your way through the 2.5-kilometre long Bardedjilidji Walk. Named after the Aboriginal word for “walking”, this often overlooked trail will take through many picturesque landscapes as you stroll along the East Alligator River.
Right along the walk you'll will find a... more »
Nourlangie Rock is a looming ancient escarpment of slowly eroding red rock creating sheer cliffs rising above the Kakadu wetlands. The sacred site is the keeper of one of the best local collections of Aboriginal rock art and a gateway to some of the most amazing views in Kakadu.
In the... more »
Located 70km off the Kakadu Highway, finding the remote double spectacle of Twin Falls is a challenge but well worth the side trip and the effort. The breath-taking 220m drop is revealed through a ravine where this pristine waterfall spills onto a palm-fringed beach within the Jim Jim area of... more »
Located around 1km from the Yellow Water Billabong off the Kakadu Highway, Warradjan Aboriginal Cultural Centre offers an insight into the local Bininj/Mungguy Aboriginal culture in Kakadu. With a spherical shape to reflect that of the warradjan or pig-nosed turtle, and fittings inspired by local ironwood trees, the cultural centre... more »
Located 39km north of the Arnhem Highway, the Ubirr rock art site in Kakadu National Park is a mesmerising display with depictions of traditional foods and tales of creation and laws among the Aborigines. With some rock art dating back over 15,000 years, this sacred and significant site is a... more »
Kakadu National Park in the Northern Territory is a place that no number of adjectives can sufficiently describe. The landscape changes from wetlands to desert to scrubby savannah to rocky outcrop quicker than you can blink, making Kakadu a veritable treasure chest filled with unimaginable riches just waiting to be... more »