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Jabiru Golf Club - relax after a day of golf, Kakadu Area Northern Territory

Jabiru Golf Club

Jabiru Drive, Jabiru, Northern Territory, 0886
Email: golf@jabirugolfclub.com.au
Website: www.jabirugolfclub.com.au
9077484 Phone Number: 61 08 8979 2575
Fax Number: 61 08 8979 2117

Play nine holes against the stunning backdrop of the rugged escarpment scenery of Kakadu National Park. Located within the World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park Jabiru Golf Club has nine grassed greens that complement the fully grassed fairways. If you've left your gear at home, golf carts, buggies, and clubs are available for hire. After the game relax and enjoy a drink and a snack or a meal at the bistro during selected times, as well as a range of beverages. If you are keen to catch a game and see your favourite football play, Jabiru Golf Club has a big screen connected via satellite. Tourist season is April to September and early bookings recommended.

Manngarre Rainforest Walk, Kakadu Area, Northern Territory, Australia

Manngarre Rainforest Walk

turn off Oenpelli Road, Kakadu National Park, Jabiru, Northern Territory, 0886
Email: kakadunationalpark@environment.gov.au
Website: www.environment.gov.au/parks/kakadu/explore/regioneastalligator.html
9097922 Phone Number: 61 08 8938 1120
Fax Number: 61 08 8938 1123

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.

Gubara - Kakadu National Park Northern Territory

Gubara

via Nourlangie Rock Road, Kakadu National Park, Jabiru, Northern Territory, 0886
Email: kakadunationalpark@environment.gov.au
Website: www.environment.gov.au/parks/kakadu/visitor-activities/regionnourlangie.html
9097923 Phone Number: 61 08 8938 1120
Fax Number: 61 08 8938 1123

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.

Barrk Sandstone Walk - Kakadu National Park Northern Territory

Barrk Sandstone Walk

via Nourlangie Rock Road, Kakadu National Park, Jabiru, Northern Territory, 0886
Email: kakadunationalpark@environment.gov.au
Website: www.environment.gov.au/parks/publications/kakadu/visitor-guide.html
9097925 Phone Number: 61 08 8938 1120
Fax Number: 61 08 8938 1123

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.

Twin Falls, Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory, Australia

Twin Falls

70 kilometres off the Kakadu Highway, Kakadu National Park, Jabiru, Northern Territory, 0886
Email: kakadunationalpark@environment.gov.au
Website: www.environment.gov.au/parks/kakadu/visitor-activities/regionjim.html
9000597 Phone Number: 61 08 8938 1120
Fax Number: 61 08 8938 1123

Twin Falls is set in the magnificent World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park. Access to the falls is via the Twin Falls Gorge Boat Shuttle Service that will ferry you to the base of the falls. The shuttle service returns regularly until late in the afternoon. Visit between December and May, when the falls are at their dramatic best. Take a scenic stroll along a boardwalk to the cascading falls where you will be rewarded by panoramic views of the towering red escarpment and sparkling waters. Afterwards, sit down and relax on the white sandy shore and take in the beauty around you. As access is not always possible due to weather conditions, please check with the Bowali Visitor Centre for the latest road and weather conditions. Tickets must be pre-purchased, and are available at the Visitor Centre. From Garnamarr travel 8 kilometres towards Jim Jim Falls, turn right and travel a further 10 kilometres to Twin Falls. The last section includes a deep water crossing at Jim Jim Creek - dry season only, high clearance four-wheel drive and snorkel recommended. An entry fee of AUD25.00 per person over the age of 16 years is required to enter Kakadu National Park.

Bowali Visitor Centre - Kakadu National Park Northern Territory

Bowali Visitor Centre

Kakadu Highway, Kakadu National Park, Jabiru, Northern Territory, 0886
Email: kakadunationalpark@environment.gov.au
Website: www.environment.gov.au/parks/publications/kakadu/visitor-guide.html
9000575 Phone Number: 61 08 8938 1120
Fax Number: 61 08 8938 1123

Before you start exploring Kakadu National Park, get familiarised by exploring the Bowali Visitor Centre. Spend an hour at the interpretive centre where you can watch a 25 minute audio visual presentation to help you gain a greater understanding of Kakadu's landscape and moods, then take a walk through the interpretive displays. Videos are shown on the half hour giving different perspectives on Kakadu and its international significance. The habitat based display and library gives you detailed information about the park and how much there is to see and do. Take a look at The Marrawuddi Gallery for Aboriginal arts and crafts, books and gifts, then enjoy a coffee at the cafe. To enjoy the Bowali Visitor Centre you must enter Kakadu National Park. An entry fee of AUD25.00, per person over the age of 16 years, for a 14 day pass is required.

Mamukala Wetlands and Bird Hide - Kakadu National Park - Northern Territory

Mamukala Wetlands and Bird Hide

Arnhem Highway, Kakadu National Park, Jabiru, Northern Territory, 0886
Email: kakadunationalpark@environment.gov.au
Website: www.environment.gov.au/parks/kakadu/visitor-activities/regionsouthalligator.htm
9000703 Phone Number: 61 08 8938 1120
Fax Number: 61 08 8938 1123

Visit Kakadu National Park and take shelter in the bird hide to watch bird life undisturbed across the waters of Mamukala wetlands, located on the Arnhem Highway about two hours drive from Darwin. Mamukala is beautiful all year but at its most dramatic in the late dry season (September - October) when thousands of magpie geese congregate to feed - a must-see for avid photographers and birdwatchers. An observation platform allows you to view the birdlife and a mural illustrates the seasonal changes that occur through the year. There is a three kilometre walk adjacent to the wetlands, allowing you to spot up close egrets, darters, herons and forest kingfishers. Paperbark trees and Pandanus line the wetland perimeter, and keep an eye out for the pretty water lilies in various colours. The walks vary in length from one to four kilometres, and allow one to two hours for the full walk. The Gu-ngarre Walk is only accessible during the drier months, check wet season access. An entry fee of AUD25.00 per person over the age of 16 years is required to enter Kakadu National Park.

Ubirr - Kakadu National Park Northern Territory

Ubirr

off Oenpelli Road, Kakadu National Park, Jabiru, Northern Territory, 0886
Email: kakadunationalpark@environment.gov.au
Website: www.environment.gov.au/parks/kakadu/explore/rock-art-ubirr.html
9000599 Phone Number: 61 08 8938 1120
Fax Number: 61 08 8938 1123

Ubirr is one of Kakadu National Park's two most famous Aboriginal rock art galleries. The galleries can be viewed by following an easy 1 kilometre circular walking track. Climb the moderately steep 250 metre track to a rocky outlook with views across the floodplains. Time your visit for a spectacular and unforgettable tropical sunset from the top. There are three main sites of rock art to experience at Ubirr. At the Main Gallery you will see representations of the many animals the Aboriginal people hunted. Animals were painted to pay respect to them for giving their lives, to ensure future hunting success, or to illustrate a noteworthy catch. Important Dreamtime ancestors such as the Namarrgarn Sisters and a magnificent Rainbow Serpent are also represented in their respective galleries. The walk to Ubirr takes about an hour and is 1 kilometre via a circular walking track from the car park. The climb to the lookout takes a further 30 minutes. During the tropical summer months access is restricted - check with the Bowali Visitor Centre for the latest information. An entry fee of AUD25.00 per person over the age of 16 years is required to enter Kakadu National Park.

Mirrai Lookout Walk, Kakadu Area, Northern Territory, Australia

Mirrai Lookout Walk

Kakadu Highway, Kakadu National Park, Jabiru, Northern Territory, 0886
Email: kakadunationalpark@environment.gov.au
Website: www.environment.gov.au/parks/kakadu/explore/regionnourlangie.html
9097921 Phone Number: 61 08 8938 1120
Fax Number: 61 08 8938 1123

Challenge yourself to tackle the steep climb to the top of Mount Cahill for the panoramic views over the escarpments and floodplains of central Kakadu. Located along the Kakadu Highway, halfway between the main service centres of Jabiru and Cooinda, the walk to Mirrai Lookout is described as moderately difficult. The trail is 3.6 kilometres return to the elevated platform on top of Mount Cahill. Although a relatively short walk, it is a steep climb and you should allow 1.5 hours to complete. This area of Kakadu National Park is considered to be the Nourlangie region and there are plenty of other sites, walking tracks and camping options for visitors to the area. An entry fee of AUD25.00 per person over the age of 16 years is required to enter Kakadu National Park.

Maguk - Kakadu National Park Northern Territory

Maguk

12 kilometres off the Kakadu Highway, Kakadu National Park, Jabiru, Northern Territory, 0886
Email: kakadunationalpark@environment.gov.au
Website: www.environment.gov.au/parks/kakadu/visitor-activities/regionmary.html
9000702 Phone Number: 61 08 8938 1120
Fax Number: 61 08 8938 1123

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.