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Kakadu National Park

Come and explore World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park, around three hours east of Darwin.

Immerse yourself in World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park, a natural and cultural wonder around three hours from Darwin. Discover detailed Aboriginal art galleries, hike to the top of rugged escarpments and cruise the wetlands past waterlilies, waterfalls, crocodiles and migratory birds. Drive the Nature's Way route from Darwin, or add Katherine and Arnhem Land for a longer Top End adventure.

What you can see in Kakadu

See rare flora and fauna, four wheel drive to stunning gorges and see Aboriginal rock art created by the Dreamtime ancestors of the traditional owners.

Kakadu National Park Highlights

Kakadu National Park Highlights

Kakadu National Park Highlights

Come and explore World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park, around three hours east of Darwin. Here in Australia's biggest national park, you'll find rugged escarpments, lush rainforest and rock art galleries up to 50,000 years old. Learn about Aboriginal culture from traditional owners the Bininj/Mungguy people. Witness millions of migratory birds amongst the wetlands. See delicate waterlilies and prehistoric crocodiles, thundering waterfalls and sparkling waterholes. Experience Kakadu's magic in six dramatically different seasons. Kakadu is a tapestry of treasures waiting to be explored.

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The Ancient Art of Kakadu

The Ancient Art of Kakadu

The Ancient Art of Kakadu

In amongst the wetlands, wildlife and rugged gorges, World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park holds one of the highest concentrated areas of rock art in the world. As many as 5,000 Aboriginal sites have been found here, including rock art, shelters, stone tools, grindstones and ceremonial ochre. This detailed, dramatic record of life in Kakadu stretches back more than 50,000 years - from the first evidence of human occupation to the arrival of Europeans.

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Litchfield National Park

Litchfield National Park

Litchfield National Park

Litchfield National Park, with its lush woodlands, spectacular waterfalls, sparkling plunge pools and tall termite mounds is an increasingly popular trip from Darwin. In Northern Territory terms it's just a short two-hour drive away. What's more all the main natural attractions - including Buley Rockhole and the dramatic Florence, Tolmer and Wangi falls - are easily accessible from Litchfield's main road. Check out the cleverly-constructed termite mounds, swim in pandanus-lined pools and take scenic walks on a day trip. Or stay, camp and hike or 4WD to the more remote reaches of the park.

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Arnhem Land

Arnhem Land

Arnhem Land

Bordered by Kakadu National Park, the Arafura Sea and the Gulf of Carpentaria, Arnhem Land is a vast unspoiled wilderness, rich in Aboriginal culture. The Yolngu people are the owners of Arnhem Land and have occupied the region for at least 60,000 years. The Yolngu retain strong cultural and spiritual links to the land and you will find authentic indigenous experiences. This is the land where Australia's famous musical instrument, the didgeridoo, originated.

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Nature's Way

Nature's Way

Nature's Way

Wind through the Adelaide and Mary River wetlands to World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park. Here you can bushwalk through rugged escarpments and lush rainforest and discover a treasure trove of Aboriginal rock ark. Learn about the Territory's pioneering history in Pine Creek and swim in crystal-clear waterholes in the tarzan landscape of Litchfield National Park. You can do this dream drive on a fully sealed road in a two-wheel-drive vehicle.

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Katherine

Katherine

Katherine

The Northern Territory's Katherine region stretches from Dunmarra in the south to the Daly River region in the north. In total it covers an incredible 480,000 sq kilometres. From east to west it touches both the Queensland and West Australian borders. Katherine and its surrounds are the place to go for true outback adventure and indigenous experiences.

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Tropical Summer in Australia's Top End

Tropical Summer in Australia's Top End

Tropical Summer in Australia's Top End

Submit to the powerful pull of nature during the Top End's tropical summer, which lasts from December to early March. Your electronic calendar becomes redundant in this season of dazzling thunderstorms, overflowing creeks and blossoming vegetation. Wander Darwin's lush parks and watch lightning dance over waterfalls in Litchfield National Park. Experience the magic of the monsoon in Kakadu National Park and fly over spectacular Katherine Gorge when water levels are at their highest.

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Kakadu's Ever-changing Magic

Kakadu's Ever-changing Magic

Kakadu's Ever-changing Magic

'There's nothing like dawn at Yellow Water, Kakadu National Park. The beauty and tranquility of this place is simply surreal.'

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Argus Apartments Darwin

6 Cardona Court, Darwin Area,
Darwin, Northern Territory 0800

Situated in Darwin's central business district, make the most of a great location close to shopping, restaurants and cafes all within easy walking distance. Argus Apartments Darwin is also centrally located to the convention centre, water precinct, nature parks, art galleries, water sports, city tours, casino and a vibrant nightlife and many apartments provide views of the Darwin harbour and city skyline. Stay in one of the two-storey penthouse apartments and entertain friends on your own sun deck area or indulge on the mezzanine floor watching the stars above you. Argus Apartments Darwin is furnished with contemporary decor to provide an everlasting impression of space and of an enjoyable accommodation style. Explore more of the Northern Territory with day tours to Kakadu, Katherine Gorge, Litchfield National Park departing from the reception area each day. Visit one of Darwin's heritage museums, stroll through the picturesque parklands at the botanic gardens, or come face to face with the prehistoric giants of the Top End - the salt water crocodile.

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Email: reservations@argusdarwin.com.au
Website: www.argusdarwin.com.au
Phone: 61 8 8925 5000

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Kakadu Crocodile Hotel

1 Flinders Street, Kakadu Area,
Jabiru, Northern Territory 0886

Indigenous owned Gagudju Crocodile Holiday Inn is deluxe accommodation located in Jabiru, approximately 2.5 hours drive from Darwin and ideally located for visitors to explore the north of Kakadu, including Ubirr, Cahills Crossing and Magella Creek. The hotel is uniquely shaped to represent Kakadu's most famous inhabitant, the saltwater crocodile. See indigenous art including paintings and didgeridoo in the hotel art gallery and on the lobby and interior walls. Relax in a spacious air-conditioned room, unwind in your private courtyard, by the shaded outdoor pool or take in the landscaped interior garden view from the balcony. After an adventurous day, dine at Escarpment Restaurant and Bar. Kakadu National Park offers a number of breathtaking walks and stunning natural attractions. Visit the Warradjan Cultural Centre to see displays of the traditional owners' stories for an insight into both traditional and contemporary Aboriginal culture. Take a cruise at either sunrise or sunset to see the wildlife on Yellow Water Billabong. Fish for some of the country's best fresh water barramundi or catch a spectacular sunset and see an ancient rock art site at Ubirr.

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Email: reservations@crocodilehotel.com.au
Website: accorhotels.com.au/hotel/mercure-kakadu-crocodile-hotel
Phone: 61 8 8979 9000

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Kakadu Lodge

Jabiru Drive, Kakadu Area,
Jabiru, Northern Territory 0886

Set in tranquil tropical surrounds just three hours drive from Darwin, Kakadu Lodge is an ideal place to experience all that Kakadu National Park has to offer. The fully landscaped gardens provide shady grassed camping areas and comfortable accommodation in self-contained cabins. Most tours will pick up from the accommodation making it a convenient place to stay. After a day of touring relax by the lagoon style pool, which is surrounded by lush tropical gardens and is situated by the poolside bar, bistro and outdoor barbecue facilities.

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Email: klodge@auroraresorts.com.au
Website: www.auroraresorts.com.au
Phone: 61 8 8979 2422

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Emerald Springs

Portion 721, Stuart Highway, Katherine Area,
Emerald Springs, Northern Territory 0847

Located off the Stuart Highway, 32 kilometres north of Pine Creek, the Emerald Springs is much more than just a roadhouse. Flanked by tropical gardens, the Inn offers visitors a choice of 40 rooms, as well as 30 campsites, and a lively restaurant and bar. Explore the grounds and relax by the spring-fed Emerald Lake, in the grassy beer garden or on the enormous deck jutting out over the lawn. Emerald Springs' social hub, The Bent Bull Bar and Grill will see you well-catered for at breakfast, lunch and dinner. If you're after a tipple, the full bar offers a boutique wine list along with pub classics. Nearby, explore the Butterfly Gorge Nature Park (four-wheel drive only): spot butterflies, swim in the rockpools or picnic at the base of the gorge. Venture to Douglas Hot Springs to watch for wildlife. Or, just a thirty-minute drive from Emerald Springs, near the Douglas Daly Tourist Park, visit 'The Arches' and 'the Waterhole' for a cooling swim. Want to explore further? Emerald Springs sits on the Nature's Way tourist drive, linking Darwin with Kakadu National Park, and on the Northern Goldfields Loop, the heritage trail linking Pine Creek with Adelaide River.

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Email: emerald.springs@bigpond.com
Website: www.emeraldsprings.com.au
Phone: 61 8 8976 1169

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Aurora Kakadu

Arnhem Highway, South Alligator - Kakadu National Park, Kakadu Area,
Jabiru, Northern Territory 0886

Located just over a two hours from Darwin, Aurora Kakadu hotel is the perfect place to unwind and relax while enjoying the many attractions offered by the famous World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park. Aurora Kakadu hotel is set in attractive, spacious and lush tropical surroundings offering a range of accommodation options from hotel rooms and cabins to shady, grassed camping sites. Dine at the Wetlands Restaurant or enjoy a drink at Munmalary Bar. Relax by the pool and observe the local fauna such as wallabies, corellas and magpie geese. Walk along the Billabong Nature trail for some stunning views and abundant wildlife. Take a day tour to Kakadu National Park. Watch the sunset from Ubirr Rock overlooking the East Alligator floodplains, four-wheel drive to Jim Jim Falls set in the red ochre of the Arnhem Land escarpment boasting white sandy beaches and sparkling clear water or spot crocodiles, wild horses, buffalo and other wildlife at Yellow Water billabong. Experience Arnhem Land - an Aboriginal owned region made up of natural coastlines, deserted islands, rivers heaving with fish, lush rainforests and towering escarpments. This land is one of the last great unspoiled areas of the world.

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Email: kakadu@ak.auroraresorts.com.au
Website: www.auroraresorts.com.au/aurora_Kakadu/index.php
Phone: 61 8 8979 0166

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Cooinda Lodge Kakadu

Kakadu Highway, Kakadu Area,
Cooinda, Northern Territory 0886

Surrounded by Kakadu National Park at the gateway to the world famous Yellow Water Billabong, indigenous owned Cooinda Lodge Kakadu is located approximately three hours drive from Darwin. An ideal place to stay to witness the natural beauty of this World Heritage Listed site, the hotel boasts a variety of accommodation options. Choose from spacious superior Lodge Rooms, or camping and dorm accommodation for the budget conscious. Experience Australian alfresco dining at the Barra Bar &; Bistro. Share the 'Taste of Kakadu' platter with unique cuisine such as crocodile spring rolls, barramundi pie, buffalo kofta and kangaroo skewers. Retire to your private courtyard to enjoy a spectacular sunset and the natural beauty of the surrounding area. From Cooinda Lodge Kakadu's private airstrip, take a charter plane for a spectacular bird's eye view of Kakadu National Park. Visit the Warradjan Cultural Centre to see displays of the traditional owners' stories for an insight into both traditional and contemporary Aboriginal culture. Take a cruise at either sunrise or sunset to see the wildlife on Yellow Water Billabong. Fish for some of the country's best fresh water barramundi or catch a spectacular sunset and see an ancient rock art site at Ubirr.

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Email: reservations@yellowwater.com.au
Website: www.gagudju-dreaming.com/Cooinda-Lodge-Kakadu/Overview.aspx
Phone: 61 8 8979 1500

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Darwin YHA

97 Mitchell Street, Darwin Area,
Darwin, Northern Territory 0800

Located in the heart of the Northern Territory's tropical capital, Darwin YHA is the friendly, quieter option on Mitchell Street's backpacker strip. All rooms have ensuite bathrooms and air-conditioning and have been fully renovated. Now with free wifi hotspot for guests. A tour desk is available to help you find the best tours and travel options to explore the Top End's Tiwi Islands, Nitmiluk National Park (Katherine Gorge), Kakadu National Park and Litchfield National Park and the Arnhem Land Aboriginal Reserve. There's also a great pool and barbecue area, plenty of common areas to sit back and relax or meet friends, and fast internet.

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Email: darwin@yha.com.au
Website: www.yha.com.au/hostels/nt/darwin-surrounds/darwin-YHA-backpackers-hostel/?searchterm=Darwin
Phone: 61 8 8981 5385

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Chillis Backpackers

69a Mitchell Street, Darwin Area,
Darwin, Northern Territory 0800

Woo-hoo, you made it to Chillis hostel, Darwin's funkiest and friendliest place to stay. If your looking for budget rooms, located right in the beating heart of Darwin city, then you have surely come to the right place. Close to bars, clubs, restaurants and Darwin's many attractions, you will definitely have a wild and wacky time here at Chillis. Budget double, single and dorm rooms, Chillis also offer a free airport shuttle bus for travellers staying two nights or more at Chillis, this offer is per person. Chillis backpackers also specialise in advance tour bookings, four-wheel drive tours to Kakadu National Park, Arnhem Land, Litchfield National Park, the Kimberleys. One way ex Darwin to Broome, Perth, Adelaide and last but not least, Cairns. Chillis can take care of all your travelling needs.

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Email: info@chillis.com.au
Website: www.chillis.com.au
Phone: 61 8 8941 9722

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Bark Hut Inn

Lot 3737 Arnhem Highway, Annaburroo, Mary River Area,
Mary River ( Arnhem Highway), Northern Territory 0886

The Bark Hut Inn, a must see historic icon of the Northern Territory, was built in the wild era of buffalo and crocodile hunting and is now the central hub of discovery for the Mary River Wetlands and Kakadu National Park. The centre is situated on the Arnhem Highway approximately half way between Darwin and Kakadu. The property features a range of accommodation, a large swimming pool, a restaurant and take away shop, art gallery, shop, bar, wildlife sanctuary, visitor information and a tour desk. The Bark Hut Inn also provides tours and is a perfect base for exploring the wonders of Kakadu National Park and the Mary River Wetlands.

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Email: barkhutinn@gmail.com
Website: www.barkhutinn.com.au
Phone: 61 8 8978 8988

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Best Western Darwin Airport Gateway Motel

225 McMillans Road, Darwin Area,
Darwin, Northern Territory 0810

Best Western Darwin Airport Gateway Motel offers modern accommodation only minutes from Darwin International Airport via the free shuttle service. The accommodation features beautifully-appointed guest rooms, each offering cable satellite television and high-speed internet access. Close to the Marrara Sports Stadiums and Casuarina Shopping Centre, Best Western Darwin Airport Gateway Motel is a short drive to Darwin's city centre. This 100 per cent non-smoking hotel offers an outdoor swimming pool with poolside bar, business services and full breakfast each morning. Dine at the Marrara Hotel bistro restaurant, only a minute's walk from the hotel. Best Western Darwin Airport Gateway Motel is ideally located at the gateway to both Litchfield National Park and Kakadu National Park. Take a day tour from the hotel to explore the rich diversity of the Northern Territory landscape. Visit nearby Crocodylus Park built upon 35 years of experience in crocodile research and conservation, the park hosts over 10,000 crocodiles from 30cm long hatchlings to massive adults measuring five metres and weighing half a tonne.

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Email: reservations@darwinairportgatewaymotel.com.au
Website: www.darwinairportgatewaymotel.com.au
Phone: 61 8 8948 9400

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Bamurru Plains

Swim Creek Station, Darwin Area,
Humpty Doo, Northern Territory 0836

Bamurru Plains provides an exclusive wildlife experience on the magnificent Mary River floodplains, just three hours from Darwin on the western boundary of Kakadu National Park. Located on Swim Creek Station, the safari-style bungalow suites are set amidst the savannah woodland, teeming with wildlife, reptiles and birds. The rooms are spacious and comfortable, without the usual modcons of contemporary living, drawing your focus to the surrounding wilderness for a luxurious, secluded getaway. Enjoy the sights and sounds of the bush in the dining area serving local produce and offering commanding views across the vast wetlands. Fishing is a popular activity in the region with private access to river fishing for barramundi during the wet season, or for an exhilarating experience, jump on an airboat complete with fitted casting deck, and explore the Swim Creek floodplain for the perfect catch. Discover the floodplains of the Mary River on a morning tour to see thousands of local birdlife species, spot crocodiles on a cruise of the Sampan River - one of the largest populations of crocodile in the world, or take a guided four-wheel drive trip in the afternoon during the dry months to admire the fragile natural environment.

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Email: info@bamurruplains.com
Website: www.bamurruplains.com
Phone: 61 2 9571 6399

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Cicada Lodge

Nitmiluk National Park, Gorge Road, Katherine Area,
Katherine, Northern Territory 0850

The Jawoyn people invite you to experience the history, beauty and culture of one of Australia's most spectacular destinations - Cicada Lodge - a unique luxury lodge overlooking the Katherine River within the Nitmiluk National Park just 330km south of Darwin International Airport. Open all year round, the Lodge has been designed to provide a base from which guests can take part in an experience which very few get the chance to do, Cicada Lodge gives the opportunity to explore the cultural and natural landscapes of Nitmiluk and Kakadu National Parks, lands of the Jawoyn people. With experienced guides, immerse yourself in these ancient and authentic terrains and cultures. This may include ancient rock art sites, learning ancient Indigenous crafts and skills, or swimming in private and pristine waterholes accessible only by helicopter Cicada Lodge will offer a totally unique opportunity to admire and embrace the wonders of the Top End in a style that evokes quality and care. The Jawoyn people invite you to encounter this ancient landscape through the experience and quality of Cicada Lodge. Cicada Lodge closes for scheduled maintenance and repairs in Feb 2015, and will reopen on the 1st of March 2015

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Email: reservations@cicadalodge.com.au
Website: www.cicadalodge.com.au
Phone: 61 8 8974 3100

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Explorer's Way

Stuart Highway, Northern Territory and South Australian border, Alice Springs Area,
Kulgera, Northern Territory 0872

The Explorer's Way bisects the Australian continent from Adelaide in the south to Darwin in the north. It covers over 3,000 kilometres and follows the corridor blazed in the 1860s by explorer John McDouall Stuart for the 'Overland Telegraph'. The township of Alice Springs is nestled among the MacDonnell Ranges. A detour to World Heritage-listed Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, five hours drive south west of Alice is a must. Following the Explorer's Way stop at historic outback pubs and quirky roadhouses. Marvel at the Karlu Karlu / Devils Marbles, where huge red spherical boulders balance precariously on one another. Another major stop is Tennant Creek, site of Australia's last gold rush in the 1920s and 30s. Mataranka has thermal springs and a fascinating pioneering history. Katherine, further up the road, is the gateway to the famous Katherine Gorge in Nitmiluk National Park and is where the Explorer's Way intersects with the Savannah Way tourism drive. Darwin is only 320 kilometres from Katherine, there are a number of detour routes. The Nature's Way tourism drive branches off at the historic gold mining town of Pine Creek to World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park and in the west Douglas-Daly and Litchfield National Park.

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Email: info@travelnt.com

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Baldwin Swamp Environmental Park

Steindl Street, Bundaberg Area,
Bundaberg East, Queensland 4670

Known as Bundaberg's own "Kakadu", Baldwin Swamp is home to many species of birdlife and wildlife. Meander through the trails and take in the smells of the Eucalypt trees whilst enjoying the peace and quiet Baldwin Swamp offers. The wetlands provide a roosting, breeding and feeding habitat for thousands of waterbirds. You will find Lake Ellen Heritage Hub on the western side of Baldwin Swamp Environmental park. With plenty of shade, Baldwin Swamp is the perfect place for a picnic.

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Website: www.bundabergregion.info
Phone: 61 7 4153 8888

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Manngarre Rainforest Walk

turn off Oenpelli Road, Kakadu National Park, Kakadu Area,
Jabiru, Northern Territory 0886

Follow the Manngarre (Marn-narr-ay) Walk through monsoon rainforest and along the East Alligator River in the World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park. The walk comprises three interconnected loops ranging from 600 metres to 1.5 kilometres in length. Follow the path through rainforest to an elevated viewing platform that overlooks the river. For more information about the surroundings, you can join the guided walk that departs from the information shelter at the boat ramp on the East Alligator River on Fridays. The Manngarre Walk is graded easy and takes about one hour for the longest loop. These walks may be closed due to weather conditions - ask if the walk is open at the Bowali Visitor Centre near Jabiru before setting out. The surrounding area has strong indigenous heritage. Aboriginal people set up camp here to because of the diverse foods available from the East Alligator River, the Nadab floodplain, the woodlands, and the surrounding stone country. The Manngarre Walk is located in the East Alligator region within Kakadu National Park, and is about a 3-hour drive from Darwin. An entry fee of AUD25.00 per person over the age of 16 years is required to enter Kakadu.

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Email: kakadunationalpark@environment.gov.au
Website: www.parksaustralia.gov.au/kakadu/do/walks.html
Phone: 61 8 8938 1120

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Gubara

via Nourlangie Rock Road, Kakadu National Park, Kakadu Area,
Jabiru, Northern Territory 0886

Gubara is a 6 kilometre return walk past sandstone cliffs to shady monsoon forest pool within Kakadu National Park and nearby the main hub of Cooinda. Travel 9 kilometres in on the first road to the right after the Nourlangie car park. The grade is moderate and you should allow four hours to complete the walk. It is a pleasant place to spend the heat of the day and you'll be delighted by the multitudes of butterflies surrounding the pools where you can enjoy a refreshing dip after your walk. During the tropical season these pools are connected by a series of smaller flowing cascades. Water monitors are known to have been seen in the area which have become accustomed to humans. Gubara is a good alternative to the busier Gunlom waterhole, and often the roads leading in are less affected by poor weather. An entry fee of AUD25.00 per person over the age of 16 years is required to enter Kakadu National Park.

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Email: kakadunationalpark@environment.gov.au
Website: www.parksaustralia.gov.au/kakadu/do/walks.html
Phone: 61 8 8938 1120

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Bardedjilidji Walk

via Oenpelli Road, Kakadu National Park, Kakadu Area,
Jabiru, Northern Territory 0886

Bardedjilidji Walk is one of Kakadu National Park's most interesting short walks. The 2.5 kilometre trail winds through layered sandstone, woodlands and wetlands alongside the East Alligator River. You can complete it by yourself or join the guided walk on Mondays. Bardedjilidji is the local Aboriginal word for walking track or pathway, and also refers to the roots of waterlilies growing in freshwater swamps and billabongs. Experience a number of different habitats on the trail, from sandstone formations that were islands in the sea in at the time of the dinosaurs, to monsoon vine forest and wetland areas. Look for the black wallaroo in the early morning among the shaded sandstone outcrops. Stop at the cave that provides daytime shelter for insects, geckos and bats, and which once would have been a cool shelter for Aboriginal people. Look carefully to see some rock art here, but please do not touch/rub the paintings. Enquire with the Bowali Visitor Centre about accessibility - the track is subject to weather conditions and guides' availability. Allow two hours for this easy to moderate walk, which starts at a small car park 500 metres from the upstream boat ramp on the East Alligator River.

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Email: kakadunationalpark@environment.gov.au
Website: www.environment.gov.au/parks/publications/kakadu/visitor-guide.html
Phone: 61 8 8938 1120

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Barrk Sandstone Walk

via Nourlangie Rock Road, Kakadu National Park, Kakadu Area,
Jabiru, Northern Territory 0886

Enjoy spectacular views, experience a variety of habitats and see the Nanguluwur art site along the Barrk Sandstone Walk, a rugged 12 kilometre loop walk over and around Burrunggui/Nourlangie in Kakadu National Park. This walk is graded difficult - you should allow six-eight hours to complete it. Experience the beauty of Kakadu's sandstone country with great lookout points across the Arnhem Land Escarpment. Burrunggui is a large sandstone formation - an island standing above the surrounding woodland. Keep your eyes open for the native black wallaroos and chestnut quilled rock pigeon. As you walk you will pass through heathland with sandy soil, stone country with layered sandstone pillars, and open woodland - habitats typical of Kakadu's stone country. The amazing Nanguluwur Gallery has rock paintings depicting spirits, animals, people and even a twin-masted ship. The start of the walk branches off the Nourlangie Rock lookout track, just past the main gallery. The first section of the walk is the most challenging, taking in a steep walk to the top of Burrungui/Nourlangie Rock. To enjoy this walk you must enter Kakadu National Park. An entry fee of AUD25.00 per person over the age of 16 years is required.

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Email: kakadunationalpark@environment.gov.au
Website: www.environment.gov.au/parks/publications/kakadu/visitor-guide.html
Phone: 61 8 8938 1120

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Injalak Arts and Crafts

Gunbalanya, Arnhem Land Area,
Oenpelli, Northern Territory 0822

The Injalak Arts and Crafts Centre provides a unique opportunity to view Aboriginal artistry of very high calibre. Gunbalanya, or Oenpelli as it is also known, is a small Aboriginal township close to the East Alligator River, which is the natural boundary of Kakadu National Park. Approximately 1,000 people live in the town and its outstations. Artists from this region are featured in every major collection of Aboriginal art in Australia, as well as a few collections overseas. There are traditional painters, bark painters, basket weavers and screen printers. Browse the centre, viewing unique Aboriginal art and crafts, all made locally. Travellers may also be able to see the artists at work, and watch local women weaving pandanus baskets. Injalak Arts and Crafts Centre is located on Aboriginal land within Arnhem Land. You must obtain a permit from the Northern Land Council before crossing the East Alligator River. Injalak may close at short notice for cultural and community reasons, please phone prior to your departure to ensure Injalak Arts and crafts is open.

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Email: info@injalak.com
Website: www.injalak.com
Phone: 61 8 8979 0190

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Enterprise Pit Mine Lookout

Mine Lookout, Enterprise Pit, Katherine Area,
Pine Creek, Northern Territory 0847

Climb the Enterprise Pit Mine Lookout in Pine Creek for a panoramic view of the open cut pit that was left when Pine Creek Goldfields ceased operation in 1994. Before being mined this area was known as Enterprise Hill. Now called Enterprise Pit, the landmark is 135 metres deep and filled with water. When it was in operation, more than 764,000 ounces of gold were extracted from the mine. Pine Creek is situated 220km south of Darwin and 90 km north of Katherine at the junction of the Stuart and Kakadu Highways in the Top End of Australia's Northern Territory. The town was established in the late 1800s as a result of the discovery of gold by the crew of the Overland Telegraph Line. Pine Creek still relies on mining for its survival with the majority of the population involved in mining or related industries. Tourism has recently become an important part of the town's economy as facilities for travellers have improved.

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Email: pine.creek@vicdaly.nt.gov.au
Website: www.victoriadaly.nt.gov.au/service-centres/centre/pine-creek
Phone: 61 8 8976 1391

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Kakadu National Park

via Arnhem and Kakadu Highways, Kakadu Area,
Jabiru, Northern Territory 0886

Covering nearly 20,000 square kilometres of exceptional natural beauty and unique biodiversity, Kakadu National Park is teeming with wildlife, home to important Aboriginal rock art sites, and takes in diverse and exotic landscapes. This has earned it a World Heritage listing for both its cultural and natural values. Kakadu is a wild place, and its landscapes undergo spectacular changes throughout the year. Bininj/Mungguy people have lived on and cared for this country for 50,000 years. Come to marvel at some of the park's prolific rock art, and get a sense of one of the longest historical records of any group of people on earth. As you explore you will see a sample of the more than 2,000 plant species, a quarter of Australia's freshwater fish species and more than a third of its birds that are resident in the park. Join a cruise to see saltwater crocodiles, and go mad with the camera at sunrise and sunset. Challenge yourself to tackle one of the extensive network of four-wheel drive and bushwalking trails. Kakadu is three hours' from Darwin on the Nature's Way tourism drive. An entry fee of AUD25.00 per person over the age of 16 years is required.

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Email: kakadunationalpark@environment.gov.au
Website: www.parksaustralia.gov.au/kakadu
Phone: 61 8 8938 1120

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Gunlom Plunge Pool

200 kilometres south of Jabiru, Kakadu Highway, Kakadu National Park, Kakadu Area,
Jabiru, Northern Territory 0886

Gunlom Plunge Pool, located on Waterfall Creek in World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park, is a magical combination of seasonal waterfall and serene plunge pool, with picnic areas shaded by tall gums. From the top of Gunlom you will be rewarded with sweeping vistas of three habitats of the southern hills and ridges of the park - stone country, woodland and riparian (riverine) areas. At the top take a relaxing and well-deserved dip in the crystal clear pools. If something more sedate is more your style, take the flat easy walk to Murrill Billabong for some great birdwatching, or follow the short walking track to the main pool below the seasonal waterfall. Bring your lunch and enjoy the grassed, shady picnic area. If you're staying over at the popular camping area (not far from the pool and waterfall), you'll appreciate the facilities such as the solar-powered hot showers. Australian Traveller voted the Gunlom Top Pools within Australia's Top 100 best views and Hooroo has also recently voted Gunlom as a finalist in Australia's 'Secret Spots'. An entry fee of AUD25.00 per person over the age of 16 years is required to enter Kakadu National Park.

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Email: kakadunationalpark@environment.gov.au
Website: www.parksaustralia.gov.au/kakadu/do/swimming.html
Phone: 61 8 8938 1120

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Maguk

12 kilometres off the Kakadu Highway, Kakadu National Park, Kakadu Area,
Jabiru, Northern Territory 0886

Located an hour's drive south from Cooinda, in World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park, is Maguk. A 14 kilometre four-wheel drive trip off the Kakadu Highway, followed by a one kilometre walk, leads to a beautiful natural plunge pool at the base of the steep gorge walls. Take the short but moderately difficult climb to the top of the waterfall where there sits crystal clear pools that are perfect for a refreshing dip. The panoramic view also makes the hike worth the effort, allow one to two hours. An entry fee of AUD25.00 per person over the age of 16 years is required to enter Kakadu National Park.

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Email: kakadunationalpark@environment.gov.au
Website: www.parksaustralia.gov.au/kakadu/do/waterfalls.html
Phone: 61 8 8938 1120

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Lake Copperfield

Six kilometres south of Pine Creek, Katherine Area,
Pine Creek, Northern Territory 0847

Lake Copperfield is an ideal place to have a swim, enjoy a picnic, kayak or sit back and relax. A cool haven, the reserve has a deep lake surrounded by hills. Lake Copperfield is a water reservoir for the local community so camping, washing and motor boating activities are not permitted. It is located 6 kilometres south west of Pine Creek Pine Creek is situated 220km south of Darwin and 90 km north of Katherine at the junction of the Stuart and Kakadu highways. The town was established in the late 1800s after gold was discovered there by chance by the crew working to lay the Overland Telegraph Line.

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Email: pine.creek@vicdaly.nt.gov.au
Website: www.victoriadaly.nt.gov.au/service-centres/centre/pine-creek
Phone: 61 8 8976 1391

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Gecko Canoeing and Trekking

220 Murnburlu Road, Katherine Area,
Katherine, Northern Territory 0850

Gecko Canoeing and Trekking offer fully guided canoe and kayak tours of the Katherine River using high quality equipment. The tours operate in the non gorge section of the river, exploring the secluded reaches of this interesting river system, its many different habitats and the abundant wildlife. This is a nature lovers dream and a truly unique Top End experience. Gecko Canoeing and Trekking also provides multi-day hiking adventures throughout the Top End, including Nitmiluk National Park (Katherine Gorge) and Kakadu National Park. As a Savannah guide operator with highly qualified guides, their target is to totally engross their quests in an unforgettable environmental experience in the tropical savannah of the Katherine region. Trips comprise the most serene and pristine camp sites you may ever encounter. In the past, Gecko Canoeing and Trekking has worked with a huge range of guests including families, youth groups, corporate executives and backpackers, all wanting a unique and memorable experience.

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Email: gecko@nttours.com
Website: www.geckocanoeingandtrekking.com.au
Phone: 61 8 8972 2224
Mobile: 61 427 067 154

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Kakadu Animal Tracks

Gagudju Lodge Cooinda, Kakadu Highway, Kakadu Area,
Cooinda, Northern Territory 0886

Join an award-winning real safari with an outstanding reputation, run by a small family-owned business. With our real bush aboriginal guide, we search for wildlife and discover facets of Aboriginal bush life, including bush foods, medicines and fibres. We provide extensive natural and cultural interpretation, and wildlife highlights include buffalo and the amazing Gindjala Wetland (Goose Camp), where from late July to September you may witness one of the largest bird gatherings in Australia. After our afternoon of hunting and gathering enjoy watching traditional aboriginal cooking and savour new flavours of roast bush meats (often buffalo, wild pig, barramundi, crocodile, magpie goose, wild duck) and vegetables along with billy tea and damper as the sun sets. Family-friendly and suitable for all ages and fitness levels. Kids just love this tour with its hands-on approach. Kakadu Animals Tracks operate from June to October each year. Tour sales fund a bush meat supply to the local Aboriginal people.

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Email: kakadu@animaltracks.com.au
Website: www.animaltracks.com.au
Phone: 61 4 0935 0842
Mobile: 61 409 350 842

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Kookaburra Air Scenic Flight Tours and Safari Tours

4 Baron Way, PERTH,
Perth, Western Australia 6164

Kookaburra Air Scenic Flight Tours and Safari Tours makes touring in Western Australia easier and better for you, much the same way airlines have for world travel. With Kookaburra you can have the thrill of flying an aeroplane for yourself, take a scenic flight over Perth, enjoy a flying day tour, or go on an air safari. Air tour flight packages include pilot/guide, transfers, tour accommodation, locally based ground tours and high speed scenic flights between points of interest. You will be awe struck as you fly low over inaccessible attractions and vast unspoiled country, turning days of travel into hours of wonder. Air touring allows you time to enjoy the holiday you plan and leaves you refreshed to utilise your free time. Air charter with Kookaburra Air makes touring Western Australia easier. What better way to travel around Western Australia to see such sights as Pinnacles, Wave Rock, Rottnest, Tree top Walk, Margaret River, Monkey Mia Dolphins, Karijini, Kalbarri, Coral Bay, Bungles, Ayers Rock, Kimberley's, Kakadu and more. Visit their website for their range of day or extended tour packages or request a special one just for you!

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Email: info@kookaburraair.com.au
Website: www.kookaburraair.com.au
Phone: 61 8 9417 2258
Mobile: 61 417 098 885

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Aussie Adventure - Small Group Tours and Safaris (Top End)

Shop 6, 52 Mitchell Street, Darwin Area,
Darwin, Northern Territory 0800

Aussie Adventure - Small group tours and safaris offer a range of quality small group tours to all of the major attractions of the Top End of the Northern Territory. With knowledgeable and experienced guides and a great choice of itineraries, Aussie Adventure are the ideal way to explore the many exciting attractions of the Top End of the Territory. Tours include accommodated and camping safaris options in Kakadu National Park with the fascinating included visit to Kakadu Culture Camp.

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Email: res@aussieadventure.com.au
Website: www.aussieadventure.com.au
Phone: 61 8 8923 6523

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Coolibah Air

Lot 1224 Victoria Highway, Katherine Area,
Katherine, Northern Territory 0850

Take to the air on an air safari for an awe inspiring journey over wild rivers, spectacular gorges, waterfalls and rugged sandstone escarpments whilst hearing of the fascinating Aboriginal culture, Northern Territory wildlife and rich pastoral history. With helicopter bases all around Northern Territory's Top End, Coolibah Air are the NT Helicopter specialists. Coolibah Air offer scenic tours and experiences over some of the most beautiful and dramatic wilderness regions in the Top End from Victoria River to Nitmiluk, Katherine and Adelaide River, Litchfield National Park, Kakadu National Park and Darwin. There are a range of helicopter flights to suit all budgets and Coolibah Air package up helicopter tours with other fantastic on ground iconic experiences. Coolibah Air is named after Coolibah Station, home to 'The Joneses' a family who have become recent television stars after a reality documentary based on their life on the station called 'Keeping up with the Joneses' aired on national television.

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Email: reservations@coolibah-air.com.au
Website: www.coolibah-air.com.au
Phone: 61 8 8972 5666
Mobile: 61 427 432 666

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Adventure Tours Australia (Top End)

Shop 2, Melaleuca on Mitchell, Mitchell Street, Darwin Area,
Darwin, Northern Territory 0800

Adventure Tours Australia specialises in small group tours and offer an extensive range travelling to World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park, Litchfield National Park and Nitmiluk National Park in the Top End. The tours are nature based and designed for those who want to experience spectacular scenery, flora, fauna, history and culture. These tours are perfect for fun loving people with a reasonable level of fitness who enjoy bushwalking, swimming and the great outdoors.

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Email: reservations@adventuretours.com.au
Website: www.adventuretours.com.au
Phone: 61 8 8132 8200

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Kakadu Air Services Pty Ltd

Air Terminal Jabiru East, Kakadu Area,
Jabiru, Northern Territory 0886

World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park and Arnhem Land are a vast and varied area of changing landscapes, billabongs, ancient sandstone plateaus and more. A spectacular scenic or helicopter flight with Kakadu Air Services, over this unspoiled wilderness, can help you understand the complexity and vastness of this ancient landscape and see the remarkable landmarks and attractions. Established in 1981, Kakadu Air is the Northern Territory's longest operating, specialist scenic flight company within Kakadu.

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Email: info@kakadutours.com.au
Website: www.kakadutours.com.au
Phone: 61 8 8941 9611

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Lord's Kakadu and Arnhemland Safaris

Private address, Darwin Area,
Darwin, Northern Territory 0800

Lord's Kakadu and Arnhemland Safaris offer two types of tours; we are the only company offering day tours to Arnhemland departing Darwin and Kakadu Monday to Saturday May to October. We also specialise in small group exclusive private tours operating in Kakadu, Arnhemland, Katherine and the Kimberley. Lord's tours have an Aboriginal heritage focus. itineraries are on request and tailored to suit your groups specific needs. We hold a number of special permits - ensuring you can escape the crowds ! Lords are the only tour company which has permission to drive people right to the door of Bamurru Plains Luxury Lodge. Lords are the longest running family business in Kakadu National Park with over 20 years experience. .

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Email: lordssafaris@bigpond.com
Website: www.lords-safaris.com/
Phone: 61 8 8948 2200

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Australian Walking Holidays

Level 5, 71 York Street, Sydney,
Sydney, New South Wales 2000

Australian Walking Holidays has been created by one of the world's most experienced trekking and adventure operators, World Expeditions, and has been pioneering adventure travel in Australia for almost three decades. Discover their range of small group, guided adventures in the Northern Territory. Trek the Larapinta or Jatbula Trails or explore Kakadu National Park. Their stylish permanent campsites on the Larapinta Trail ensure this trek is rated as one of the 'Great Walks of Australia' Each adventure is fully guided and supported by professional guides who are committed to minimal impact travel and will be able to highlight ways in which you can reduce your impact along the way on each of these walks.

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Email: enquiries@australianwalkingholidays.com.au
Website: www.australianwalkingholidays.com

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Guluyambi Cultural Cruise

2225 Whites Rd, Kakadu Area,
Jabiru, Northern Territory 0886

Experience Kakadu National Park and Arnhem Land through the eyes of the Traditional Owners. Kakadu Cultural Tours offers unique Indigenous cultural experience in Kakadu National Park and Arnhem Land visiting areas not accessible to other operators or the general public. KCT is owned and operated by Djabulukgu Association Inc, representing Kakadu's Traditional Owners. They specialise in Aboriginal-focused and nature based cruises, tours and safari lodge accommodation in Kakadu National Park and Arnhem Land. Offering the high standards of service and truly unique cultural experiences, the company takes touring to a higher level. Guests travel in small groups by comfortable 4wd vehicles with forward facing seats and boats, escorted by expert guides, predominantly Aboriginal Traditional Owners. Hawk Dreaming Safari Lodge offers ensuited tented cabins and an experience inclusive of all meals and activities. .

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Email: info@kakaduculturaltours.com.au
Website: www.kakaduculturaltours.com.au/
Phone: 61 8 8938 3202

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Brookes Australia Tours

Darwin accommodation, Darwin Area,
Darwin, Northern Territory 0800

Brookes Australia Tours offer luxury four-wheel drive adventures all year round in the Top End, specialising in private charter touring with customised itineraries. The high quality interpretive safari tours feature Aboriginal rock art and culture, unique flora and fauna and remote spectacular landscapes. Tours are conducted with an emphasis on attention to details and personalised service, with itineraries being uncluttered and relaxing. Accommodation is the best available lodge, hotel or well equipped permanent based safari camps. Brookes also offer a range of scheduled small group tours taking in Litchfield National Park, Kakadu National Park and Bamurru Plains safari-style camp near Kakadu and have access to restricted area within spiritual Arnhem Land. Their luxury airconditioned four-wheel drive vehicles are fully equipped for complete comfort and safety. Your guides are professional and locals with an intimate knowledge of the land and they are always on the lookout for new experiences to offer their clients.

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Email: bbrookes@ozemail.com.au
Website: www.brookesaustralia.com.au
Phone: 61 8 8948 1306

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AAT Kings Day Tours (Top End)

Shop 6, 52 Mitchell Street, Darwin Area,
Darwin, Northern Territory 0800

AAT Kings is passionate about bringing the natural wonders and authentic cultures of Australia and New Zealand to life. With a wide range of Day Tours, Short Breaks and Guided Tours, we have a travel style to suit every traveller's taste and budget. For more than 85 years, AAT Kings has built its reputation on friendly personal service, professionalism, destination knowledge and value for money. We're the winner of 5 Best Domestic Tour Operator awards and are committed to maintaining this high standard and creating a memorable experience for our guests.

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Email: reservations@aatkings.com.au
Website: www.aatkings.com
Phone: 61 13 0022 8546

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Jabiru Mahbilil Festival

Jabiru Lakeside, Kakadu Area,
Jabiru, Northern Territory 0886

During daylight, it's a family event full of activities, workshops, rides, displays, Indigenous art and demonstrations of weaving, painting and more. Local showcasing includes the art and performance products from the Jabiru Youth Centre and Jabiru Area School. Food features with large earth ovens, buffalo, barramundi and the region speciality of magpie goose. Join the fun with competitions, including spear throwing, didjeridoo blowing and kite-making. At sunset the festival turns on a high art installation on the lake, followed by an evening program of screen arts, music and dance. Entertainment includes funky bands from Darwin and many Indigenous bands, such as West Arnhem Boss, The Bininj Band, Sunrize, David Dingala, Narbalek, Reggae Dave and Leah Flanagan. Dance such as Maori, Balinese, Congolese and modern ballet with a local flavour will be on show throughout the event. Screen arts and a spectacular fire show are some on the entertainment present.

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Email: justin@mirarr.net
Website: www.mahbililfestival.com
Phone: 61 8 8979 2200

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Aurora Kakadu Klash

Arnhem Highway, Kakadu Area,
Jabiru, Northern Territory 0886

The invitation only Aurora Kakadu Klash is the only fishing competition held in World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park, which is rich with many species. Fishing takes place on the South Alligator River and is conducted on a catch, photograph and release basis. Specially designed measuring boards are provided to all vessels at the start of this three-day competition and each boat receives a disposable camera to record the larger fish caught. These photographs will be used as verification of all competition winners. The competition is only open to 35 boats, at the request of the traditional owners of Kakadu National Park.

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Email: kakadu@ak.auroraresorts.com.au
Website: www.auroraresorts.com.au
Phone: 61 8 8979 0166

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Save the Children Adventure Volunteering Kakadu

Kakadu national park, Mary River Area,
Mary River ( Kakadu Highway), Northern Territory 0847

Save the Children Adventure Volunteering Kakadu gives you the opportunity to make a real difference and volunteer in an Aboriginal community. Trek through stunning landscapes in Kakadu and immerse yourself in the local culture. You'll also help create long-term change for children in Australia by raising much-needed funds before you go. Save the Children Adventure Volunteering Kakadu offers you the unique opportunity to volunteer at a local development program in an Aboriginal community in the Northern Territory. While it's certainly powerful to donate money to a good cause, volunteering your time is even more life changing. The adventure also includes challenging yourself physically with a trek through Australia's iconic Kakadu National Park and canoeing along the Katherine River. The trip will conclude with a day at one of Save the Children's School Attendance Programs in Darwin where you'll have the opportunity to volunteer and meet the local children and families.

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Email: adventure.volunteering@savethechildren.org.au
Website: www.savethechildren.org.au/get-involved/fundraising-and-events/fundraise-for-us/adventure-volunteering/kakadu2014
Phone: 61 3 9938 2068

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Kakadu Bird Week

kakadu highway, Kakadu Area,
Jabiru, Northern Territory 0886

The inaugural Kakadu Bird Week will be held from 22 to 26 September with the programme designed to cater to both experienced and beginner bird-watchers. For the keenest bird spotters, there will be long treks in the sandstone country to search for white-throated grass wrens and other endemic birds. For the beginners, there will be small interactive groups helping to identify different bird species. Kakadu is a birdwatcher's paradise, with the majestic landscape providing a perfect backdrop for the rich bird life. Twitchers will be able to view woodland birds in the tropical savannah, water birds gracing the region's famed billabongs, and hear the sounds of richly voiced birds ringing across majestic sandstone escarpments. Visitors can take part in a range of tours, events and hands-on scientific monitoring surveys, including surveying in areas that are not normally accessible to the public.

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Email: Steve.winderlich@environment.gov.au
Website: www.parksaustralia.gov.au/kakadu/do/bird-week.html
Phone: 61 8 8938 1172

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Pine Creek Cup

Pussycat Flats Race Club, Kakadu Highway, Katherine Area,
Pine Creek, Northern Territory 0847

Have a flutter on the horses at a real bush race meet. Head to Pussycat Flats Racecourse at Pine Creek for the Pine Creek Cup, a five-race program that includes plenty of weekend entertainment. Place your bets in the sweepstakes and follow the action of local registered races on the course. Don your best outfit and enter the fashions on the field competition. The Cup is the first event on the country cup circuit, and the Pine Creek Cup is the feature race of the day. Plan to spend the weekend in Pine Creek - compete in the Pine Creek Races Ambrose Golf Challenge the day before the cup, pick a partner and go to the open-air dance on Saturday night, or enter the trivia quiz.

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Website: www.victoriadaly.nt.gov.au
Phone: 61 8 8976 1391

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Top End Barra Series at Shady Camp

Point Stuart, Mary River Area,
Mary River ( Kakadu Highway), Northern Territory 0847

Fishing competition at Shady Camp with around 100 competitors. Fishing will start at 6am on the Saturday of the round and finish at 6pm on Sunday night. Therefore fish need to be caught on the Saturday and the Sunday of the weekend, NOT FRIDAY NIGHT. Fish can be caught by casting or trolling lures, or by fly fishing. No bait fishing is allowed. No restriction on leader lengths or barbless hooks like other comps. If you choose, your hooks can have barbs and your leader can be as many pounds or as long as you like.

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Website: www.topendbarraseries.com/NEWS/news.html

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Free Guided Ranger Walk in Kakadu

Bowali Visitor Centre, Kakadu Highway, Kakadu National Park, Kakadu Area,
Jabiru, Northern Territory 0886

During the months of May through to October, join rangers to learn about the landscapes, wildlife, local history and culture of Kakadu National Park. Catch a free daily art site talk at Ubirr and Nourlangie Rock or join one of the guided walks which may be available throughout the Park. Mamukala Wetlands Walk is a journey of birds and wetlands, whilst Bardedjilidji Sandstone and River Walk is a sandstone excursion near the East Alligator River. At Gunlom, share in cultural stories about bush tucker, fish and fresh water crocodiles, and Murrill Billabong will uncover the secrets of Gunlom's network of creeks, billabongs and local history. You can pick up a 'What's On Guide' at the Bowali Visitor Centre for the schedule of walks, talks and slideshows. To enjoy these activities you must enter Kakadu National Park. An entry fee of AUD$25.00 per person for a 14-day pass is required.

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Email: kakadunationalpark@environment.gov.au
Website: www.environment.gov.au/parks/kakadu/
Phone: 61 8 8938 1120

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Airborne Solutions

Tiwi Barge, 13 Muramats Road, Darwin Area,
Darwin, Northern Territory 0828

Airborne Solutions endeavours to provide a personalised service with the highest standards in quality and aviation safety. Business or pleasure, let Airborne Solutions transfer you in style and comfort as you capture the awesome Top End landscapes from the high visibility window. Darwin to; Bamurru Plains Crab Claw Island Resort Kakadu National Park Mandorah Seven Spirit Bay Resort (Peppers) Tiwi Islands Wildman Wilderness Lodge Other destinations of your choice Your transfer will be conducted to the highest of standards; Air Conditioned comfort Cruise at 200km/hour Aircraft are float equipped when travelling over water Courtesy pick ups available - please call to discuss Safety and Service, Airborne Solutions.

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Email: info@airbornesolutions.com.au
Website: www.airbornesolutions.com.au
Phone: 61 8 8972 2345
Mobile: 61 417 722 345

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Greyhound Australia (Jabiru)

Jabiru Shopping Centre, Castenzoon Street, Kakadu Area,
Jabiru, Northern Territory 0886

Travel around the Northern Territory with Greyhound Australia in five star luxury coaches with panoramic windows, airconditioning, chilled water and onboard movies. Greyhound operates a service to Darwin every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Greyhound Australia offer hassle-free, affordable prices to people of all ages and are Australia’s only national bus service.

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Email: info@greyhound.com.au
Website: www.greyhound.com.au

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Greyhound Australia

213 Holt Street, Brisbane Area,
Eagle Farm, Queensland 4009

Now over 100 years old, Greyhound Australia is the leading coach company with a network spanning the entire country - operates daily to hundreds of different destinations. Greyhound is one of the most environmentally efficient travel operators in Australia. They provide simple point to point travel as well as various passes. The Kilometre Pass, gives you complete flexibility when you travel. Simply purchase a bank of kilometres, up to 25,000 kilometres and travel in any direction; hopping on and off as you like. Mini Traveller Passes cover the most popular pre-set routes ready made for you to visit destinations like; Kakadu, Byron Bay, the beautiful beaches of the East and West Coasts of Australia and cosmopolitan capital cities. A popular Pass is the Mini Traveller Pass from Sydney to Cairns, perfect for shorter trips, passengers have 90 days to explore whichever section of the East Coast they choose.

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Email: info@greyhound.com.au
Website: www.greyhound.com.au

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Twin Falls Gorge Boat Shuttle Service

70 kilometres off the Kakadu Highway, Kakadu National Park, Kakadu Area,
Jabiru, Northern Territory 0886

The Twin Falls Gorge Boat Shuttle Service operates with a guide, from the gorge, which is a short walk from the car park. It operates every day of the week during the dry season and transfers you through the gorge to the marked walking track at the base of the falls. The boat shuttle is the only access to Twin Falls Gorge. Tickets must be purchased prior to travelling out to Twin Falls, from the Bowali Visitor Centre, Mardugal Campground, Garnamarr Campground, Gagudju Lodge Cooinda in Kakadu National Park and Tourism Top End Information Centre in Darwin.

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Email: kakadunationalpark@environment.gov.au
Website: www.environment.gov.au/parks/kakadu/visitor-activities/regionjim.html
Phone: 61 8 8938 1120

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