Nature abounds in Kakadu, Australia’s largest National Park just a couple of hours drive south of Darwin. The region is said to have ‘six seasons’ making the landscape ever changing but always spectacular.
Experience the contrast of wild wetlands, the thundering waterfalls, and the dry, red desert. Watch as the landscapes come alive with blossoming flowers, kangaroos, birdlife and crocodiles.
The region also features the highest concentration of Aboriginal rock art giving visitors an insight into the rich storytelling history of the the people that have inhabited this land for over 50,000 years.
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Judy lands in Darwin to complete the final leg of her Australian journey – exploring the landscapes, culture and wildlife of Kakadu.
Located in the heart of Darwin’s CBD, Mantra Pandanas features 336 stylish hotel rooms and apartments each with modern interior, luxury amenities and city or harbour views. Learn More
The newest gallery in Darwin’s Parap art precinct offers a range of affordable art from both emerging and established indigenous artists. Learn More
An ideal base from which to explore Kakadu National Park. Located in Jabiru, the hotel is close to two famous rock art sites - Nourlangie Rock and Ubirr. Learn More
Experience the natural and cultural wonders of Kakadu with local Aboriginal guide Victor Cooper. A former park ranger, Victor has a wealth of knowledge about the rock art and floodplains. Learn More
Witness the vast and spectacular landscapes of Kakadu with Albatross Helicopters who offer unforgettable scenic helicopter flights over the region’s waterfalls, floodplains and gorges. Learn More
Meander down the Yellow Water Billabong and watch it come to life with birds, fish, crocodiles and more. The cruises operate at different times of the day including sunset and sunrise. Learn More