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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?

If you live in a place that gets cold and dreary during the winter season, then you owe it to yourself to look at some wonderful travel options. Why freeze at home when you can live it up in the warm sun somewhere else? Fortunately, there are many wonderful places to choose from.

Are you wondering where the best place to go is? Keep reading to learn all about escaping the southern chill by visiting Kakadu.

It Has Two Main Seasons

When making travel plans, you'll love the fact that Kakadu has two main seasons, including a wet one and a dry one. The changes are so dramatic that it's like visiting a different paradise depending on the time you go.

During the wet season, you can expect even warmer temperatures, as well as strong waterfalls and bursting flora for you to enjoy. The dry season is a bit cooler and has more pure sunshine for you to bathe in.

This alone is a reason to book your trip to Kakadu as soon as possible.

It Has a Long and Deep History

There are not many places to travel that have a history as rich as Kakadu. The indigenous people of that place have been there for over 40,000 years.

You'll be delighted to know that there are plenty of sites relating to their culture that you can explore and learn about, such as cave paintings. Many people love visiting the rock art sites that also afford you breath-taking views of the entire area.

By learning about the local history, you'll have an even deeper appreciation for the whole park.

It Has Exotic Wildlife

Out of all the places to go, Kakadu has some of the most exotic and iconic wildlife. If you're an animal lover, then you'll create memories for a lifetime when you spot dingoes, wallabies, bandicoots, and even crocodiles.

Don't worry about the crocs, though, because there are designated areas in Kakadu where it's fine for visitors to swim. Just don't forget your camera so you can snap shots of this wildlife to share with the friends and family members who weren't able to make it out this time.

Next time, they're sure to clear their schedules after they hear about how wonderful your vacation was.

Are You Ready to Visit Kakadu?

Now that you've learned all about the beautiful national park of Kakadu, you can escape the southern chill and enjoy a tropical summer like no other.

Our site is dedicated to offering you the greatest experience at one of the most unique places on earth. We have plenty of offers and events for you to pore over. No matter when you plan on visiting, you can book a tour with us that fits your schedule to a T.

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