Kakadu Australia is a biological wonderland, teeming
with mammal, reptile, bird and insect life.
Kakadu is a paradise for waterbirds. There
are pelicans, egrets, herons, ducks,
spoonbills and sea eagles. All these birds
breed and feed around the waters on the
The Kakadu area boasts the longest continuous
surviving human culture in the world.
Aborigines have been living in this region
for at least 40,000 years. The descendants
of these First Australians still live in
Kakadu today. Kakadu and the Arnhem Land
Escarpment contain one of the longest
continuous records of
rock art in the world,
with around 5,000 galleries of
paintings. In recognition of its unique
attributes, Kakadu has been accorded double
World Heritage status by the United Nations
on the basis of both its natural and
Walk trails, cultural tours,
snorkelling can all form
part of your Kakadu experience.
luxurious at between 28 to 33 degrees Celcius all year.
Kakadu Australia is a beautiful and untamed
land not spoiled by over population; look
for guidance and learning from the locals
and the time you spend in Kakadu will
penetrate your spirit.
Accommodation varies from resorts in
and Katherine to youth
backpackers accommodation. Attractions
include: Aboriginal Sacred Sites,
Galleries, Heritage Sites, Parks & Gardens,
Pubs, Wildlife Parks, Beaches, Cattle
Stations, Caves, Country Pubs, Country
Towns, Heritage Buildings, Lookouts,
National Parks, Rainforests, Rivers & Lakes,
Scenic Railway, Spectacular Coastlines,
Services are all available.
Aboriginal Culture, Rock Art -
World Heritage Park -
Wildlife - Beaches - Historical
Buildings - Waterfalls & Lakes
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