Join us for a personalized tour of Kakadu National Park, a World Heritage site, with a small group of 4-6 passengers and knowledgeable Kakadu accredited guides. On day one, we’ll explore the Nourlangie region, visit the ancient Aboriginal rock art site of Nanguluwurr, and enjoy a gourmet picnic lunch before taking a 2-hour cruise on Yellow Water Billabong, where we’ll spot saltwater crocodiles, Brolgas, Black neck storks and Jacanas, among other wildlife. Day two includes a trip to East Alligator region, where we’ll see Ubirr and Nadab wetlands, with Aboriginal Rock Art galleries and breathtaking views. On the East Alligator river, we’ll take a 2-hour Aboriginal guided Guluyambi cruise and visit Arnhem Land.

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Spending your Kakadu National Park tour with us in the World Heritage-listed and one of Australia’s largest National Parks; will impress you with its diversity of cultural landscape and outstanding natural beauty. You will be amazed by the rich wildlife, flora, and fauna.

We will pick you up from your hotel and travel in our comfortable, air-conditioned Toyota 4WD in a group of a maximum of 4-6 guests to Kakadu National Park.

Our first stop early in the morning will be at Fogg Dam, at a time when all birds in the billabong start their day. This is a fantastic place for all bird and nature lovers. Depending on the time of the year we will witness a beautiful sunrise.

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We are breaking for a stop and you can purchase the National Park tickets at the Corrobboree Road House. Our first chance to see buffalos and admire some crocodile history from the close by Corrobboree billabong.

From here we drive into Kakadu National Park and our next stop will be at Nourlangie (Burrungkuy). This 1.5-kilometer circular walk takes us past ancient Aboriginal shelters and several outstanding art sites with Aboriginal Rock Art, dating back as far as 20.000 years.

Being a very small group, we can take you on an intimate, small walking tour around various Aboriginal rock art, at Nourlangie (Burrungkuy) and you will hear the stories of the local Bininj people. Their storylines have been passed down from generation to generation and you will have the time to stand back and take it all in. For the more adventurous group members, a fantastic look out to the Arnhem land escarpment awaits you.

Returning to your air-conditioned 4WD, we provide you with iced cold water, before traveling further down south towards Yellow Water Billabong (Ngurrungurrudjba), where you will join a local guide for a 1.5-hour cruise. You will have the chance to spot saltwater crocodiles, and a range of colorful bird life, like Jacanas, Black neck storks, and Brolgas as well as white-bellied sea eagles. To recap on all that you have seen and heard today we will visit the Warradjan Culture Centre, which has been built in the shape of a pig-nosed turtle.

Our second day in Australia’s biggest National Park will add more magical encounters to your experience. Traveling along the Magela Creek, one of the larger creek systems in the park, we will reach the East Alligator region with two more spectacular sights, Ubirr and the Nadab wetlands, rich in Aboriginal Rock Art galleries and spectacular views. Learn about the storylines with our experienced guide. 

On the East Alligator River, you will be able to enjoy the Aboriginal guided cruise, where the traditional custodians of the land will take you into their lives for a 2-hour cruise, sharing their culture and traditions with you. You will have the chance to step onto Arnhem Land. 

After a delicious picnic lunch, you might like to take an optional scenic flight or visit the local art gallery. As another glorious day in the Top End draws to a close, we invite you to sit back and relax in comfort, as we return you to your accommodation in Darwin; awash with vivid long-lasting memories of your unforgettable experience with us to KNP.

Includes: traveling in a comfortable 4WD, experienced and Kakadu accredited guide, Yellow Water Billabong cruise, Nourlangie Rock Art walk, East Alligator cruise, Ubirr Rock Art walk, 1-night accommodation, 1 outback dinner, 2 delicious lunches, iced water, health snacks

This tour is subject to hotel availability, please enquire via email at info@australia2001travel.com.au

Scenic flights are recommended to book in advance due to their popularity.

Kakadu National Park Tour Schedule

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Day 1

1. Fogg Dam

Visit with us Fogg dam, to spot wildlife and plentiful birdlife
January 01, 2021
04 AM

2. Nourlangie (Burrungkuy)

Explore and walk this area, rich in ancient Aboriginal Rock Art at
January 01, 2021
04 AM

3. Warradjan Culture Centre

Learn about Bush food and traditional indigenous living from the past and present
January 01, 2021
04 AM

4. Yellow Water Billabong

Sit back and relax on your 1.5 Hour cruise with a local guide to spot saltwater crocodiles and great variety of birds
January 01, 2021
04 AM

5. Traditional Outback Pub, Humpty Doo

Experience a delicious dinner at one of the Top Ends traditional pubs
January 01, 2021
04 AM

Day 2

1. Magela Creek

Travelling along Magela Creek provides an opportunity to discover the diverse and magnificent landscape of Kakadu National Park, with its lush wetlands, towering cliffs, and ancient rock formations.
January 01, 2021
04 AM

2. Ubirr Art Walk

The Ubirr Art Walk is a truly awe-inspiring journey through time, offering a glimpse into the ancient and rich culture of the Aboriginal people, as visitors marvel at the stunning rock art galleries that date back thousands of years.
January 01, 2021
04 AM

3. East Alligator River

The Aboriginal guided tour on East Alligator River offers an immersive and authentic cultural experience, allowing visitors to learn about the traditions, customs, and daily life of the local Aboriginal people, while taking in the breathtaking natural beauty of the region.
January 01, 2021
04 AM

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