From easy 100 metre short walks to epic multi-day hikes there are enough walks and bushwalks in Kakadu to fill up days or weeks of your time.

Which walks are open depends on the time of year you visit. During the warmer months, most walks are open however you may need to adjust the time or days your walk, such as going first thing in the morning to stay safe in the hot weather.

In the wet season, only particular walks are accessible, you can read more about what to expect in this guide to the wet season in Kakadu.

Burrungkuy (Nourlangie) Art Walk in Kakadu | 1.7km

A 1.7km loop, the Nourlangie Walk in the Burrungkuy area is a mix of flat wide paths and moderate climb up and down rock steps. It visits some beautiful examples of art from the Kakadu region as well as a cave that dating has determined was used by Indigenous people during a number of periods…

Mirrai Lookout Walk in Kakadu | 2km

Kakadu is full of vantage points with beautiful views. Some area easy to get to while others require hours of walking but luckily Mirrai Lookout is somewhere in the middle. Quick Fact Box – Mirrai Lookout Walk Length: 2km Return* Grade: Moderately Difficult* *Source – Parks Australia Visitors Guide- see their guide to planning safe…

The view from Mamukala Bird Hide in Kakadu National Park

Mamukala Wetlands in Kakadu National Park | 200m & Wheelchair accessible

The beautiful bird hide at Mamukala wetlands is a tranquil space to enjoy bird watching and the ever changing wetland view. Quick Fact Box Mamukala Wetlands Length: 200 metres Return* Grade: Easy + Wheelchair accessible* *Source – Parks Australia Visitors Guide Getting There: Located on the Arnhem Hwy approximately 45 minutes drive (72km) east of…