Did you know that Lithgow, New South Wales is one of the coldest cities in Australia, reaching an average of -3.2ºC during the winter?
Catch a Barramundi on the famous Yellow Water Billabong, everything is included and at your fingertips. Why not bring your catch back to the resort and chef cook it up for dinner! Prices from $209 per person for three hours.
Experience the hues of orange, pink and red on the Sunset scenic flight and the thunderous waterfalls, escarpments and wildlife of Kakadu by air. Prices from $150 per person
Explore the history of the local Murumburr clan at Warradjan, meet the locals painting and weaving and take home your very own piece of art from the gallery. FREE entry year round
The essential Kakadu experience at any time of the year. Yellow Water Cruises will take you on a discovery tour of the world-famous Yellow Water Billabong and South Alligator River. As you cruise the waterways our certified guides will explore the wildlife and birdlife of the region all while taking you through the rich and diverse history of Kakadu National Park. Prices from $47 per person
One of the most authentic aboriginal experiences you will ever have on country and it’s free. Sit with Traditional Owners and family of the Murumburr Clan and learn to weave, talk about culture, history and daily life in Kakadu. This activity is FREE
Kakadu Tourism Adventure Tours will have you visit the less accessible parts of Kakadu National Park like hidden waterfalls, springs and stone country, travelling in our modern fleet of 4WD adventure vehicles. Full day adventure including morning tea lunch and cheese and wine for afternoon tea from $369 per person. Please note this tour is been temporarily on pause until May 2023.
Located in the heart of Kakadu this sprawling property is a full-service resort with hotel lodge rooms, glamping retreats and camping. Two resort pools, two restaurants and two bars and a full range of tours leaving from on the doorstep.
The Mercure Kakadu Crocodile Hotel is one of the world’s most distinctive hotels. The Indigenous owned four-star accommodation is uniquely shaped to represent Kakadu's most famous inhabitant, the saltwater crocodile.