Kakadu is acknowledged as Australia’s most diverse and stunning landscape and offers real outback adventure travel. Kakadu lies roughly 170km south-east of Darwin in the Northern Territory. The area is known for its strong aboriginal culture and has the highest concentration of aboriginal rock art in the world.
Kakadu National Park is Australia’s largest and is jointly managed by the traditional Bininj and Mungguy Aboriginal owners and the Director of Parks.
Together with the wholly Aboriginal-owned Arnhem Land, the two areas cover almost 110,000 square kilometres of rugged savannahs, wetlands teeming with millions of birds, crocodiles and fish, towering escarpments and wild coastline.
Kakadu’s extraordinary natural beauty, unique biodiversity and cultural heritage make it one of very few places to make UNESCO’s World Heritage list for both its cultural and natural values.