The largest national park in Australia. It contains one of the highest concentrated areas of Aboriginal rock art sites in the world; the most famous examples are at Nourlangie Rock and Ubirr.
Kakadu is shaped by water, being the catchment area for the South Alligator, East Alligator, Katherine, Roper and Daly Rivers. From November to May, waterfalls are at their most spectacular and the lowlands are flooded, attracting millions of migratory birds. The unique and diverse avian life in Kakadu includes jacanas, azure kingfishers, cuckoos, rufous owls, magpie geese, jabiru and more.
Nature and wildlife abound in this area, which is known for its level of biodiversity.
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Adventure here goes with the Territory. It’s free flowing. Always available and offers a level of excitement unheard of. With an endless mode of transport, take your pick from your own two feet, to-wind-in-your-face bikes, to the comfort of a coach or the roar of your own 4WD.
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