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A serene vantage point to quietly witness the avian spectacle. 

Kakadu, housing one-third of Australia's bird species, boasts an array of avian wonders not found elsewhere on the globe. From magpie geese and kites to jacanas, cormorants, willie wagtails, swamp hens, finches, and kingfishers, Mamukala wetland stands as one of Kakadu's premier birdwatching destinations. Nature enthusiasts may be rewarded with glimpses of agile wallabies or the occasional crocodile, gracefully loitering along the billabong's edge. Photography enthusiasts will find ample opportunities for capturing close-up shots without disturbing the indigenous fauna. Accessibility is prioritised, with the bird hide accommodating wheelchair users, though the initial loop walk, while unsealed, promises a flat terrain for all to explore.