Kakadu National Park Australia

Kakadu National Park Australia

Come and explore Kakadu National Park listed as World Heritage, about three hours east of Darwin.
In Australia's largest national park, you will see bergerugut steep cliffs, dense rain forest and the rock art galleries 50,000 years old. Learn the culture of Aboriginal people from the tribe's traditional owners Bininj / Mungguy. Watch millions of birds migrating between wetlands. See the beautiful lotus flower and prehistoric crocodiles, thundering waterfalls and a sparkling pool. Experience the wonders of Kakadu in the six seasons are very different. From the beautiful lotus flower to prehistoric crocodiles, Kakadu is full of treasures that can be explored.

Five ways in Kakadu tour

Kakadu National Park Australia1. Witnessing the Aboriginal art

Kakadu is the location of one of the largest collections of Aboriginal rock art in the world. See the crevices of stone carved by the ancestral Dreamtime at Nourlangie Rock. Or see paintings Lightning Man, Dreamtime ancestors who still manage massive thunderstorms in the rainy season, in Anbangang Gallery not far from here. See Rainbow Serpent paintings and a few examples of X-ray art beautiful in the world in Ubirr Rock. Kakadu is the location of one of the largest collections of Aboriginal rock art in the world. You will see traces of the hands of animals, hunters and Dreamtime drawings, as well as houses, stone tools, grindstone, art rock, and ocher which is used as dye materials in traditional ceremonies. Learn how art depicts the social history, culture and nature tour with Kakadu in the guide or through meaningful symbols.

Kakadu National Park Australia2. With rare flora and fauna ancient

Follow your tour Gubarra Pools Walk across the sandstone cliffs to shady monsoon forest or travel Bubba Walk through the wetlands surrounded by paperbark trees, pandanus, cycad and lotus. View Jim Jim Falls waterfall is amazing more than 250 meters tall. Explore the East Alligator River and Yellow Water across the crocodile, barramundi fish, and birds such as Magpie geese, brolga, Jabiru and white-bellied sea eagle. See jacana and jesus bird that flew among the leaves of the lotus flower. A quarter of all Australian freshwater fish species, and more than a third of Australian bird species can be found in Kakadu.

Kakadu National Park Australia3.In the spirit of adventure

Double axle vehicles rose to Koolpin Gorge or foot cliff Arnhem Land and camping overnight. Or follow the tour ride double axle vehicles to locations of interest such as Jim Jim Falls waterfalls and gorges Barramundi Gorge. Watch the majesty and beauty of Kakadu in full flight scenic or barramundi fishing with experienced fishing guides. Explore the East Alligator River in Aboriginal cultural tours or paddle canoe toward Twin Falls waterfall is amazing. Walking through the jungle bush through the rain forest, past waterfalls and wading pool crystal clear.

Kakadu National Park Australia4. Enjoy the different seasons

You have to visit Kakadu more than once to enjoy a very different season. Bininj local community divides into six seasons, beginning with a thundering waterfall and the blinding flash Gudjewg monsoon season from January to March until hot and dry weather on Gurrung season in August and September. See paperbark flowers are blooming near the billabong lake filled with water birds on Banggerreng season in April. Enjoy the comfortable weather and sunny skies in winter Wurrgeng from June through August. Enjoy the scenery is always changing in the landscape along the flight or enjoy the view from near the bush forest tour, billabong lake or river cruise.
Yellow Water Billabong, Kakadu, NT,
Yellow Water Billabong, NT

Kakadu National Park Australia5. Driving along the Nature's Way

Starting from Darwin and walked across the wetland wilderness rich in culture and pioneering history of Aboriginal communities in the tour Nature's Way. This tour takes you from Kakadu National Park listed as World Heritage to the National Park and Litchfield National Park Nitmuluk. Canoeing down the Katherine River, swimming in waterfalls Litchfield and see a collection of Aboriginal rock art in Kakadu largest in the world. Here you can walk to the top of the waterfall Gunlom Falls, which is famous in the movie Crocodile Dundee as Echo Pool, explore rock pools and cook food with fire pit at the foot of the Arnhem Land escarpment. For people who like photography and seeing wild animals and birds, this is a dream trip, everything is done on smooth paved roads suitable for single bergardan vehicle.