For 65,000 years, Bininj – the local Kundjeihmi word for Aboriginal people – have returned to Madjedbebe rock shelter on Mirarr Country in the Kakadu region (in the Northern Territory).
Science & Environment
Conservation corners or places for leisure? Ecologists are calling for a radical rethink in how we manage these special places
Kakadu isn’t known for its hiking, but there’s a surprising number of trails through this stunning country
Kakadu’s famous pools offer idyllic relief from the heat of the savannah.
Kakadu is rarely thought of as a pure bushwalking destination, but with more than 25 day trails, Kakadu National Park offers bushwalkers the chance to soak up the unique and plentiful treasures of Australia’s Top End.
Each year The Wet rejuvenates the region of Kakadu National Park in the Northern Territory.
Famous for its heritage and natural beauty, Kakadu is a must-do adventure tucked away in the Top End.
Gem of the Northern Territory, Kakadu National Park boasts
a rich natural history and cultural heritage.