Kakadu National Park is Australia’s largest, and situated 249 kilometres east of Darwin. The massive area itself spans 20,000 square kilometres, with much biological and ecological diversity to be found.
Visiting the park, you’ll see floodplains, lowlands, tidal flats and plenty of rare and endemic flora and fauna. There are tons of stunning waterfalls and gorges as well, including Twin Falls, Gunlom Falls, Jim Jim Falls and Maguk.
Home to the Bininj/Mungguy people, more than 5,000 Aboriginal rock art sites reside in the park too.
With its rich cultural significance and natural attractions, it’s no wonder Kakadu has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site.