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.
In Australia’s Top End, you will find the country’s largest national park: Kakadu National Park. Covering almost 20,000 square kilometers
Kakadu’s longest-established tourism accommodation operator, Cooinda Lodge & Camping, is marking the 40th anniversary of Kakadu National Park by unveiling a complete refurbishment of its Lodge rooms
There are a million – in fact, up to six million – reasons to visit Kakadu over the ‘green’ season.
The Mercure Kakadu Crocodile Hotel in Jabiru – or ‘The Croc’ as it is known locally – has celebrated its 30th anniversary.
Nature lovers from around the world are planning to flock to Kakadu Bird Week for what is regarded as one of the “greatest natural shows on earth”, from 29 September to 7 October.
Kakadu is predicting a rise in ‘happy campers’ following the announcement that Flash Camp will operate from the Cooinda Camping Ground from 16 June to 16 September 2018.
Some of Australia’s oldest native foods – think crocodile, Barramundi and ‘superfoods’ like Kakadu Plums – will be on the menu for A Taste of Kakadu – the most exciting Indigenous food festival in Australia.
The Northern Territory Travelling Film Festival is coming to Jabiru and showcase some great film talent from local film-makers.
The UK’s National Student’s reporter Dave Owen, needed little persuading to nominate Kakadu as Australia’s ‘must-visit’ destination.
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’.
The latest winner in the Million Dollar Fish competition highlights the ‘gold’ swimming within Kakadu’s famed waterways.