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The ultimate guide to Kakadu National Park

By Explore
Updated March 4 2021 - 11:16am, first published February 25 2021 - 5:28pm

Kakadu National Park—Australia’s largest—is a global treasure and dual World Heritage-listed for both its environmental and cultural values. Three hours’ drive from Darwin, Kakadu offers many experiences: bush walking, bird watching, cruising and swimming under waterfalls to four-wheel driving, camping, scenic flights and wandering through galleries of Aboriginal art 20,000 years old. Here are 10 of Kakadu’s must-do activities.

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