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Growing up in Kakadu - by Carla Rawlinson

My name is Carla. I am 22 years old, my skin name is al-godjok and I am from one of the many clans in Kakadu.

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Kakadu Accommodation | Kakadu National park

Kakadu National Park accommodation is as diverse as it’s landscapes and wildlife offering something for everyone from basic non-powered campsites right through to luxury lodge seclusion. Whether you’re travelling alone, looking for a couples escape, joining a group or planning your family getaway, we have pulled together an extensive list of Kakadu National Park accommodation options for you to choose from. 

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Kakadu Tours | Kakadu National Park

We’ve pulled together 5 ‘Must Do’ Tours for you to #DoKakadu

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From Kakadu Kitchen to Children's Classrooms

Descending from Cooinda Traditional owners and Kakadu Kitchen’s Founder, Ben Tyler shares his knowledge and passion for country in the newly released children’s book ‘Walking In Gagudju Country’. Co-Authored with long-time friend and teacher, Diane Lucas.

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Bucket list worthy Maguk

A firm favourite place to visit by locals, Maguk is a gorgeous swimming hole of crystal clear water that is fed by a waterfall.

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Tastes of Kakadu 2021

Tastes of Kakadu is back and better than ever with a huge range of cultural and culinary events.

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Kakadu’s Iconic Jim Jim Falls Re-Opens

Let’s face it, Kakadu is pretty hot for most of the year, so a crisp, cool swim at Jim Jim Falls after a short, but strenuous, trek is a truly rewarding experience.

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Warradjan Aboriginal Cultural Centre Re-opens

We're pleased to announce that the newly-refurbished Warradjan Aboriginal Cultural Centre has re-opened!

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Kakadu National Park set to star in High Ground

The Top End’s red carpet came alive on Thursday 14th January 2021 with local and internationally acclaimed actors, for the Darwin premiere of a Territory production ahead of its national release.

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NT Tourism Vouchers - Round 3

The Territory Tourism Vouchers are back for a third and final round! Registrations open on 1 February 2021 at 8pm.

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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.