A guide to visiting Kakadu in the wet season
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A guide to visiting Kakadu in the wet season

A comprehensive Guide to visiting Kakadu in the Wet Season with photos, itineraries and ideas on where to stay and what to do. The Kakadu wet season runs from approximately November to mid April but varies each year. Index: Guide to Kakadu in the Wet Season *Important 2021 Update – Kakadu & Jabiru township is…

Mamukala Wetlands in Kakadu National Park
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Mamukala Wetlands in Kakadu National Park

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…

Yellow Water Cruises | Kakadu National Park
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Yellow Water Cruises | Kakadu National Park

The Yellow Water Cruise is are one of the most Iconic tours in Australia and is a highlight of most peoples Kakadu Itinerary! It such a special experience it is even worth splurging if you’re a budget traveller! The reason why Yellow Water Cruises are so unique is because you get the chance to cruise…

Nourlangie Art Walk | 1.7km loop | Track Notes
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Nourlangie Art Walk | 1.7km loop | Track Notes

A 1.7km loop, the Nourlangie Walk 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 over tens of thousands…

Kakadu Walks | Mirrai Lookout Track Notes
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Kakadu Walks | Mirrai Lookout Track Notes

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 Getting There: Located on the Kakadu…

Upper Cascades Walk in Litchfield National Park | 3.6km return
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Upper Cascades Walk in Litchfield National Park | 3.6km return

I’m scared of a lot of things. I am basically a fair weather, soft adventure enthusiast which is why among many things I’m terrified of crocodiles. I love seeing them, just obviously don’t want to risk swimming with them! So far I haven’t really swim at the base of the ‘crocodile management area’ waterfalls in…

7 things to do in the Kakadu Wet Season (November – May)
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7 things to do in the Kakadu Wet Season (November – May)

The ‘Wet Season’ in Kakadu runs from approximately November to mid May however no two wet seasons are the same. It is a unique time to visit the park where water is abundant and the landscapes are vibrant green – it’s a chance to see the park in a way very few visitors do! Cruise…

Things to do in Darwin with kids
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Things to do in Darwin with kids

Darwin is a fun place to explore with kids and has lots of kid friendly activities and things to do with kids close by. It’s also a great opportunity to teach your children about other cultures and get outdoors and connect with nature! Things to do in Darwin with Kids Swim & Play: The Darwin…