Kakadu Gift Guide
If you’re looking for a unique gift for someone special in your life, we’ve made it easy for you to treat them to something special from Kakadu National Park.Our Kakadu Gift Guide showcases the best of what’s on offer from Kakadu so all you have to do is decide on which gift you’re going to share.
Million Dollar Fish Competition
The Million Dollar Fish event is an annual fishing competition that celebrates the Northern Territory as the home to the famous barramundi, or as us locals call it “barra”.
Top 10 Places to Photograph in Kakadu
Kakadu is loved by photographers for the diversity of landscapes, abundance of wildlife, the 20,000 year old rock art and of course, its people. Whether you’re a professional photographer or a leisurely holiday snapper, Kakadu gives you plenty of breathtaking opportunities to capture stunning moments during your visit to the spectacular Kakadu National Park.
Kakadu, Living sustainably for thousands of years
Out here in Kakadu, the mob has lived and breathed sustainability since the beginning of time. With a philosophy that entwines humans with its environment - “I am you, you are me”, one cannot live without each other.
There is No Place Like Kakadu for…Getting Back to Nature
Kakadu is Australia’s largest national park—and this is saying something. The park spans some 20,000 square kilometres which, to put it into context, is about the size of the nation of Slovenia. Something that makes the park special is that over half of it is made up of Aboriginal land.
There’s No Place Like Kakadu for Iconic Australian Wildlife
Are you one of the 200,000 people planning to venture through Kakadu National Park this year?
There’s No Place Like Kakadu for Hiking & Fishing Adventures
It's not a surprise you're planning an adventure to Australia's largest national park. The 20,000km² of land is home to breath-taking natural wonders and unique rock formations.
There’s No Place Like Kakadu for…Escaping the Southern Chill
Did you know that Lithgow, New South Wales is one of the coldest cities in Australia, reaching an average of -3.2ºC during the winter?
There’s No Place Like Kakadu…for Indigenous Culture
Did you know that Australia is one of the top ten safest countries for women and solo travellers?
Tropical Summer in Kakadu
Hot summer nights. Colossal waterfalls. Rich wildlife. Magical sunsets. Epic lighting shows. This is the tropical summer season in Kakadu.
The Importance of Land Management and Sustainability to the Traditional Owners of Kakadu
Caring for Country is a way of life for Aboriginal people. Aboriginal people have inhabited this land for generations, passing the knowledge of their forefathers to the next generation. This comes naturally as it's been instilled in them from the beginning of time and continues to be passed down through each generation.
Adventure Awaits at Kakadu
From towering escarpments, refreshing waterholes, vast floodplains, cruising crocodiles, busy birdlife, ancient rock art and stunning woodlands, adventure is but just a step away.
Get ready to be tempted with the adventure that awaits for you at Kakadu!