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Wet and Wild Season

Dense in beauty and vast in size, Kakadu is the single largest national park in Australia. With the wet season upon us, Kakadu is in one of the most spectacular seasons and is a bucket list destination for the end of year/new year holiday.

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NAIDOC Week in Kakadu

NAIDOC Week this year recognises the occupation of First Nations people for over 65,000 years with the theme Always Was, Always Will Be.

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ALLSAFE for Kakadu

At Kakadu Tourism, we are working hard to ensure that the health and safety of our guests is our top priority within the accommodation of Cooinda Lodge and Mercure Crocodile Hotel. 

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Ripper First Weekend for Million Dollar Fish Season 6

For the first time in the competition’s history, three tagged barra have been caught in the first week of Million Dollar Fish Season 6 seeing $35,000 in cash prizes going to eager Territory fishos.

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Have you seen what’s outback?

Imagine having the opportunity to marvel in ancient indigenous rock artwork whilst hiking through environments suitable for both novice and experienced hikers, the opportunity is here.  If you're sitting there as an avid hiker or someone who simply wants to try their hand at something different why not start at Kakadu?

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NT borders open from 17 July

As the Northern Territory opens up for Australian travellers to explore new experiences, now is the time to immerse yourself in the World Listed Heritage Kakadu National Park.

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Never Have I Ever

TERRITORIANS, what have you never ever done in the NT but would love to do?

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Take a tour with Dennis

With travel restrictions and bio-security measures soon to be lifted in the Northern Territory, Dennis Miller, a local man from Kakadu wants to share a very special place with you. 

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Parks Australia Announces Temporary Closures

Parks Australia has today announced that the Australian National Botanic Gardens, Booderee, Kakadu and Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Parks will be temporarily closed to visitors and other non-essential travellers for a minimum of two weeks.

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Waived park entry fees announced

There has never been a better time to visit Kakadu National Park than now with park entry fees waived by the Australian Government.

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The best of Indigenous cuisine to be showcased in A Taste of Kakadu

Australia’s premier Indigenous food and culture festival, A Taste of Kakadu, will be staged across Kakadu National Park from 22 to 31 May 2019, serving up a menu of ancient cuisine with modern twists.

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We are open for visitors

Meet Mandy Muir, one of our traditional owners.