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Kakadu's biggest secret is the upper and lower Ikoymarrwa Falls 

Lower Ikoymarrwa Falls, also known as Moline Rock Hole, is a shaded freshwater haven, conveniently located just a short stroll from the carpark. Ideal for a refreshing dip, this hidden gem is best explored during the early dry season, from April to June, when the weather is perfect for outdoor adventures and the falls are still flowing from the wet season. Make sure to pack your snorkelling gear, as the crystal-clear waters reveal an underwater world teeming with small fish. If luck is on your side, you might even share the aquatic space with a warradjan (pig-nosed turtle)!

Meanwhile, upper ikoymarrwa falls is like mother nature's infinity pool, with its remarkable views over the floodplains. Much like Gunlom, which is closed due to cultural reasons, you can take a refreshing dip while your eyes feast on the scenery. To find this secret haven, you'll need to spot the small sign on the right-hand side of the main road, coming from Cooinda direction, just before the Bukbukluk lookout.