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.
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.
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.
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.
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!