Tour ID: 10061478
Kakadu National Park is unique for all the right reasons. The natural beauty and diversity of this park is amazing. The floodplains, Yellow River, Marrakai Plains, rock art, then put in the wildlife on the water, and this all adds up to a magical day out.
Kakadu National Park is a timeless place – a landscape of exceptional beauty and diversity. Mangrove fringed coastal areas blend into expansive flood plains, lowland hills flanked to the east by sandstone escarpments, all interwoven between various open woodland and forest habitats. Teeming with wildlife in the water, on the land and in the air, there are many species which provide a diversity and concentration seen nowhere else. The land takes on different forms and different colours with the passing of each season.
Travel across Adelaide River and Marrakai Plains and deep into Kakadu National Park. There is the opportunity for an optional 50 minute scenic flight (SKF50 -own expense). Visit the Warradjan Cultural Centre and view the informative displays depicting the traditions of the Aboriginal people in Kakadu; we join our local guide for a cruise on the famous Yellow Water Billabong. Search for saltwater crocodiles and the colourful range of birdlife for which this region is renowned.
After a lunch stop at Nourlangie Rock, your guide will lead a walk to view ancient Aboriginal rock art, before returning to Darwin.
Yellow Water Billabong Cruise & Lunch
National Park Entry ticket not included in touring price until 31 March 2020.
Approx 13 hours
6:30 AM Daily
7.30pm approximately to Darwin
This tour departs daily from Darwin at 6:30am, except November to March when the tour does not depart Mondays or Thursdays.
Hotel pick-ups will be prior to departure time advised. Please visit this link for tentative pick up information.
Please note that reconfirmation is still required prior to departure as per your travel documentation.
- Water Bottle
- Jacket in the cooler months
Children between the ages of 2-15 years will be applicable for child rates. Children under 2 years are considered infants and travel free of charge when seated on a parent or guardians lap.
Children under 7 years cannot be seated in the first 2 rows of the tour vehicle. Child seats are unable to be used.
Childre under 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult.
Kakadu National Park ticket of $25.00 ($40 Mid-May to October) is payable on the departure day. Children 15 years and under pay 50% of the fee charge. National Park fee is included in the price from 1 April 2020.
Pensioner Fares apply to Australian and New Zealand Pension Card holders, Australian Senior Card holders, and full-time Australian Students.
Kakadu National Park
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