Kakadu National Park Travel Guide

FInd a tour

Tours are a great way to see an area. Day tours enrich your experience as you have a knowledgeable local guide to teach you about the places you are visiting.

Many guides in Kakadu, particularly through Kakadu Tourism or Kakadu Cultural Tours are Indigenous Australians from Kakadu or nearby regions and those businesses are Indigenous-owned, so you know you are supporting local jobs, tourism and communities. However, when booking any tour you need to visit with an understanding that an Indigenous guide is not guaranteed as cultural commitments rightly take precedent.

However, all guides who work in Kakadu or take tours to Kakadu must have done accredited training which helps ensure a high standard of guides running tours to visit the park when you book a tour to Kakadu.

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Accommodation in Kakadu

Kakadu is Australias largest National Park. It is important to think about what activities you want to do in the park when choosing your accommodation.

For example, if you would like to do a Sunrise or Sunset cruise at Yellow Waters its a very good idea to stay at Cooinda Lodge or camp in the Cooinda Caravan Park (part of the lodge) so you don’t have to drive in the dark.

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