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Kakadu Park Passes | From $ 40

Expires 31 Mar 2019

Kakadu National Park is the unforgettable Australian experience. An opportunity to go beyond simple tourism to witness one of the world’s great nature reserves and one of the few World Heritage Areas listed for both cultural and natural heritage... More
Kakadu National Park is the unforgettable Australian experience. An opportunity to go beyond simple tourism to witness one of the world’s great nature reserves and one of the few World Heritage Areas listed for both cultural and natural heritage. The name Kakadu is derived from the Gagudju speaking people, a language used in the northern area of the park until the turn of the 20th century.

KAKADU NATIONAL PARK OFFERS VISITORS A REMARKABLE MENU OF EXPERIENCES. BEING ONE OF THE WORLD LARGEST NATIONAL PARKS, SOME ADVANCE PLANNING WILL REWARD TRAVELLERS BECAUSE DISTANCES CAN EVEN TAKE AUSTRALIANS BY SURPRISE.

Family 2 adults and 2 or more children (5-15yrs) $100.00
Adult 16 years and over $40.00
Concession Seniors card holders (60+), aged pensioners, returned service veterans, disability pensioners and their carers $30.00
Child 5 - 15 years $20.00
Child 0 - 4 years $0.00

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LOCALS! TERRITORIAN MATES RATES | $ 0 | Save $40

Special Expires 31 Mar 2019

Want to explore your own back yard this year ? Discounted rates are now available for Northern Territory Residents all year round!

NT RESIDENTS ENJOY FREE ENTRY TO KAKADU AND WITH DISCOUNTED RATES AT COOINDA LODGE AND THE MERCURE KAKADU CROC... More
Want to explore your own back yard this year ? Discounted rates are now available for Northern Territory Residents all year round!

NT RESIDENTS ENJOY FREE ENTRY TO KAKADU AND WITH DISCOUNTED RATES AT COOINDA LODGE AND THE MERCURE KAKADU CROCODILE HOTEL IT IS ALWAYS THE PERFECT TIME TO VISIT!

Escape the city to Kakadu! Relax by the pool, join a Yellow Water Cruise and explore all Kakadu has to offer.

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YELLOW WATER CRUISE PACKAGE | $ 126 | Save $54

Special Expires 31 Mar 2019

JOIN AN 4:30PM YELLOW WATER CRUISE AND CRUISE AGAIN AT 6:45AM THE NEXT MORNING.*

BOOK NOW FOR AN AFTERNOON CRUISE AND ADD AN EARLY MORNING CRUISE FOR ONLY $36

*buffet breakfast is included after the 6:45AM cruise

A Yellow Water cruise i... More
JOIN AN 4:30PM YELLOW WATER CRUISE AND CRUISE AGAIN AT 6:45AM THE NEXT MORNING.*

BOOK NOW FOR AN AFTERNOON CRUISE AND ADD AN EARLY MORNING CRUISE FOR ONLY $36

*buffet breakfast is included after the 6:45AM cruise

A Yellow Water cruise is a ‘must do’ experience when visiting Kakadu. This beautiful billabong is home to remarkable scenery and wildlife, Yellow Water Cruises will provide you with an intimate adventure tour that you will never forget.

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STAY & SAVE 20% AT COOINDA LODGE AND THE MERCURE KAKADU CROCODILE HOTEL | From $ 74 | Save $18

Special Expires 31 Mar 2019

STAY & SAVE 20% AT COOINDA LODGE AND THE MERCURE KAKADU CROCODILE HOTEL*
Book for two nights or more and save up to 20% on your accommodation

EXTEND YOUR STAY IN KAKADU AND TAKE YOUR TIME EXPLORING THIS IMMENSE LANDSCAPE.

* Blackout dates... More
STAY & SAVE 20% AT COOINDA LODGE AND THE MERCURE KAKADU CROCODILE HOTEL*
Book for two nights or more and save up to 20% on your accommodation

EXTEND YOUR STAY IN KAKADU AND TAKE YOUR TIME EXPLORING THIS IMMENSE LANDSCAPE.

* Blackout dates apply.

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About Kakadu Tourism

WELCOME TO KAKADU TOURISM

WELCOME TO KAKADU TOURISM

The Spirit of Kakadu

Kakadu Tourism is an indigenous owned collection of Kakadu wetland cruises, 4WD Kakadu tours, cultural experiences and Kakadu accommodation. It is the largest collection of facilities catering to tourism in Kakadu and is focused on positive indigenous outcomes.

MOST PEOPLE COME TO KAKADU TO EXPERIENCE ITS WATERFALLS, WETLANDS AND INDIGENOUS CULTURE, WITH KAKADU TOURISM YOU CAN EXPERIENCE IT ALL.

You can gain wonderful insights into 'the real Australia' from our blog and get an awe inspiring appreciation of the year-round beauty of Kakadu from our photographyselection.

TOURS & ACTIVITIES In Kakadu

TOURS & ACTIVITIES In Kakadu

Kakadu is a vast area and is best seen with the support of experienced guides who know the region like the back of their hand.

Kakadu Tourism operates a range of tour activities based on the season, with Yellow Water Cruises operating year-round and Yellow Water Fishing operating from late in the green season through to the end of the dry season.

On land Kakadu Tourism operates 4WD adventures that provide visitors with the ‘best of’ Kakadu, along with special sites that become available during the various seasons.

The guides include Aboriginal guides with intimate knowledge of Kakadu, making an Adventure Tour a rich and rewarding experience suitable for all the family.

EXPLORE Kakadu

EXPLORE Kakadu

Kakadu National Park is the unforgettable Australian experience. An opportunity to go beyond simple tourism to witness one of the world’s great nature reserves and one of the few World Heritage Areas listed for both cultural and natural heritage. The name Kakadu is derived from the Gagudju speaking people, a language used in the northern area of the park until the turn of the 20th century.

KAKADU NATIONAL PARK OFFERS VISITORS A REMARKABLE MENU OF EXPERIENCES. BEING ONE OF THE WORLD LARGEST NATIONAL PARKS, SOME ADVANCE PLANNING WILL REWARD TRAVELLERS BECAUSE DISTANCES CAN EVEN TAKE AUSTRALIANS BY SURPRISE.

It is estimated that the Kakadu area has been home to humans for some 50,000 years, producing a rich and diverse Aboriginal cultural heritage.

It has produced magnificent galleries of rock art easily accessible to visitors. The perpetual galleries can be found across the region, where the sandstone meets the floodplains, a measure of the abundance of food and shelter in these areas.

Kakadu is perhaps best known for its wildlife. While 'Crocodile Dundee' may have made Kakadu famous for its crocodiles, there are more than 1,600 species of plants and 290 species of birds to be viewed, making it a twitcher's paradise. Few regions in the world can offer such authenticity, diversity and natural heritage.

At the heart of this compelling destination is Kakadu Tourism, whose fully-Indigenous owned operations provide an authentic and attractive base to explore this remarkable land.


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