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A land steeped in 65,000 years of Indigenous history and culture, this is Kakadu.

Nestled in the heart of Australia's top end, this remarkable land is proudly Traditionally Owned. Kakadu National Park, the largest in Australia, bears witness to the enduring connection of the Bininj/Mungguy (Indigenous) community, who have called this breathtaking landscape home for generations. With a unique double world heritage listing, Kakadu showcases Australia's most dramatic landscapes, awe-inspiring waterfalls, sacred rock art sites, and unparalleled wildlife.


Connect to Culture

The Bininj/Mungguy communities have cultivated a profound connection with this land, and the heartbeat of their ancestry echoes. For Bininj/Mungguy, the landscape is not merely a backdrop; it is a living canvas upon which stories, traditions, and spirituality are woven intricately. The Aboriginal culture in Kakadu encapsulates a great understanding of the natural world, expressed through art, Dreamtime stories, and a harmonious coexistence with the environment. In exploring Kakadu, you'll embark on a journey that transcends time, connecting to the roots of Australia's Indigenous Country. 


Seasons of Kakadu


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