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Trip Planning

There is always something to see and do in Kakadu, regardless of the season.

The wet season offers a rich, verdant vista, teeming with wildlife, flowing streams and dramatic waterfalls. While some areas may be inaccessible by road, the destination still offers a multitude of activities that will ensure you have a memorable experience of Kakadu. The dry season is at its height from June through to the end of September, while shoulder seasons such as March - May and October - November offer a combination of attractive scenery and pleasant climatic conditions.

Ideally three days are required, though seven days or more will reward you with an experience that you will never forget. We have come up with some itineraries that will help you build your ‘Kakadu Experience’.

While some of the Park’s sight-seeing attractions may be inaccessible during the green (or ‘wet’) season, there are still a vast number of reasons to come to Kakadu for an adventure.