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Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory

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Aboriginal Experience

Kakadu is the biggest national park on land, as large as the whole country of Switzerland. What makes Kakadu extra special is not just its stunning natural beauty but also the Aboriginal culture and traditions preserved by the local people.

This national park is on the World Heritage list and holds one of the world’s largest collections of Aboriginal rock art. Take a tour to outdoor galleries like Nourlangie, Naguluwur, and Ubirr to see unique views of Dreamtime creation stories, spiritual life, and early records of European contact.

You can also visit the Warradjan Cultural Centre to learn about the heritage and experiences of the Bininj people. Another option is to take a cruise or go fishing at the peaceful Yellow Waters Billabong. Here, you can see crocodiles basking on mud plains, sea eagles nesting in trees, and elegant jabirus drifting across the skyline.

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All Aboriginal Experiences can be tailored to your individual needs.

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