Kakadu is set to host the largest gathering of bird watchers and nature lovers for the annual Kakadu Bird Week 2017, with special birding activities, events, a new photographic competition and special sessions for children being offered from October 1st to October 7th.
The end of August is Kurrung season in Kakadu: the days are warm, but the nights are mild, the Magpie Geese are on the move and the late afternoon breeze brings with it music, arts and the smell of bush foods cooking on the coals
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.
Looking for a destination that the whole family will enjoy? It’s time for Kakadu! From Ranger guided activities to ancient rock tours, bush trail walks to rock climbing and swimming holes, kids love to explore Kakadu.
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.