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Take advantage of free activities during Kakadu Discovery Month

April is Kakadu Discovery Month and visitors to the National Park will be able to take advantage of a wide range of immersive experiences to help connect with Kakadu, its environment, its people, its culture and its rich history. 

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Kakadu travel guide and things to do: 20 reasons to visit

The renowned travel editor of Australia’s Fairfax newspapers, Anthony Dennis, visited Kakadu recently and provides 20 reasons why everyone should visit this spectacular region…

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Sensational video of Kakadu on Expedia

One of Expedia’s most experienced video and camera professionals recently had the opportunity to fulfill a lifelong dream to travel to Kakadu and film this magical region. 

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Kakadu ‘green season’ packages launched – Top End teems with life during wet

Kakadu Tourism has launched a range of special cruise and accommodation offers to provide even greater incentives for visitors to enjoy Kakadu National Park during the ‘green season’.

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A fantastic three day ‘Green Season’ itinerary

Kakadu is a remarkable destination throughout the year, but is often forgotten during the ‘Green Season’, which basically lasts from November through to April. 

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Tours and Accommodation with the Traditional Owners of the land – by Annabel Woods

As an Australian and a travel lover I have been lucky enough to see a lot of our beautiful country, and yet I am also guilty of grabbing my passport and heading overseas when I still have so many incredible places to visit here at home.

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Kakadu Bird Week is a great time to see Kakadu at its wondrous best – 14-21 October

‘Twitchers’ and lovers of Australia’s outback wildlife are invited to witness some of the world’s most exotic bird life during Kakadu Bird Week from 14 – 21 October, 2015.

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Mahbilil Festival

Kakadu’s Mahbil Festival will be held on 5 September celebrating the best in Indigenous music, arts and bushfoods – with everyone invited to join in the fun and excitement of the free, day-long Festival.

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How the Crocodile Hunter & his ‘English Rose’ pioneered Kakadu tourism

Kakadu’s modern tourism origins owe a vast amount to former Crocodile Hunter, Tom Opitz, and his ‘English Rose’ wife, Judy Opitz, who opened a store on the banks of Jim Jim Creek in 1964.

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Our Kakadu Experience…

Kakadu has been on our ‘bucket list’ for many years, we thought what better way to begin summer holidays than to escape the cold weather and head to the Top End of Australia.

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Beautiful Gunlom… A must see!

After living in Darwin for numerous years, my partner and I finally made it out to Kakadu for a long weekend! Gunlom has been on my list of places to visit since moving to Darwin and seeing the movie Crocodile Dundee many years ago!

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Magical Maguk

Its coming into that wonderful time of the season when major attractions are opening!