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Flight of Fancy – Kakadu Bird Week

Home to more than one-third of Australia’s avian species, Kakadu National Park is a bird-lover’s paradise, and Kakadu Bird Week is now attracting an annual migration of twitchers to this Top End treasure. 

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Upgraded accommodation, new festivals, and a bumper barramundi season predicted – Kakadu promises a memorable holiday experience in 2017

After one of the wettest wet seasons for years, Kakadu is looking in perfect condition for the forthcoming peak ‘dry’ season, and Kakadu Tourism 

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Kakadu National Park: Australia’s big backyard secret

IT WAS nary a blip on travellers’ radars when Crocodile Dundee leapt on to cinema screens more than 30 years ago, with Paul Hogan telling the world, “this is my backyard”.

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The best things to do in Kakadu with kids

If you’re thinking about taking the family to Kakadu, read Renee Young’s post on her website Together We Roam and you’ll not only be convinced about the destination

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Kakadu a remarkable place to visit in ‘the wet’

Kakadu during the ‘wet’ or ‘Gudjewg’ season offers incredible opportunities for tourists who enjoy seeing waterfalls gushing torrents of water

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Kakadu triumphs in NT Tourism Awards

It has been a great end to the year for Kadadu tourism, with the region and ‘The Croc’ hotel being recognised as the ‘best of the best’ in the Northern Territory Awards.

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Kakadu: The Aussie spot that is pure magic

To celebrate the 30th anniversary of Crocodile Dundee earlier this year, a group of journalists retraced Mick’s footsteps and discovered the magic behind the film…

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“The Best Accommodation in Kakadu National Park” – Cooinda Lodge camping grounds

That’s the view of intrepid explorer and blogger, Steph Parker, whose popular website Big World Small Pockets reflects her ‘modus operandi’ of seeing as much of the world as possible, but on a careful, well-planned budget.

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Flash Camping at Kakadu – a review in Food Wine Travel

The first season of Flash Camp @ Kakadu has been a tremendous success with the comforts of high quality bedding, a beautiful location and the communal attraction of camping

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Crocodile Dundee’ Turns 30: How Paul Hogan Changed Tourism in Australia

On Sept. 26, 1986, “Crocodile Dundee” hit theaters in the United States, and Paul Hogan became the face of Australia.

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Kakadu introduces stylish, atmospheric ‘flash camping’

Camping in a stylish tent, with super-comfortable beds, all prepared for your arrival is at the heart of the new Flash Camp @ Kakadu accommodation, which will launch in July for the Kakadu dry season.

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In the Footsteps of Crocodile Dundee – the story behind Kakadu’s starring role

Thirty years ago, the film Crocodile Dundee catapulted Kakadu into the international spotlight. Paul Hogan played the character of Mick ‘Crocodile’ Dundee, a legendary bushie, who had supposedly lost a leg to a croc in an outback encounter.