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Local Foods of Kakadu

For thousands of years the lands that make Kakadu and Arnhem have been used as the hunting and gathering grounds of the Indigenous people.

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Top 5 tips for the amateur bird photographer

While exploring Kakadu national park you may come across some unique wildlife.

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Top 5 reasons to visit Kakadu in the wet season.

While most popular during the dry season (May-Oct), the locals all know that the best time to visit is the green season; also known as tropical Summer or the wet season.

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Mahbilil Festival (30 August to 1 September)

Kakadu’s Mahbilil Festival will be held from Friday 30 August to Sunday 1 September celebrating the best in Indigenous music, arts, culture and bush-tucker – with everyone invited to join in the fun and excitement of the free, weekend Festival.

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NAIDOC Week at Warradjan & Cooinda

There is truly nowhere else quite like Kakadu to celebrate NAIDOC Week in 2019. And you’re invited to join us in a celebration of not only the first voices of this continent, but of the oldest living cultures on our planet.

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Kakadu’s new [email protected] to open on 1 July 2019

Kakadu’s new glamping village, [email protected] is set to open on 1 July, offering high quality accommodation that combines the rustic attraction of the ‘bush’ with modern creature comforts.

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Kakadu Seasonal Interpretive Ranger Program 2019

As the dry season gets into full swing in the Top End. Kakadu National Park, one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Top End is ready to kick it off with a bang.

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9 incredible things to do in Kakadu National Park that will blow you away

If you ever need an endorsement of why you should visit Kakadu, the story of intrepid UK travellers Cat and Joe should convince you. 

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Taste of Kakadu provides a feast of savoury experiences

What an amazing experience Taste of Kakadu 2019 was! Here’s a wrap up of the events we loved!

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Top End Wedding: A big love letter to the NT

News.com.au has described it as a “big fat love letter to the NT” and we couldn’t agree more! Top End Wedding makes it’s way across some of the Territory’s most spectacular landscapes from Darwin Harbour to Nitmiluk

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Dry ‘wet’ provides Easter bonus for visitors to Kakadu National Park with early opening of key tourism icons

A relatively dry ‘wet’ season has allowed Kakadu National Park to forecast an early opening of the Park’s key tourism icons in time for the Easter holiday break.

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Take a walk through Kakadu on Google Street View

In Australia’s Top End, you will find the country’s largest national park: Kakadu National Park. Covering almost 20,000 square kilometers