Kakadu National Park is in the Northern Territory of Australia and one of the few places UNESCO World Heritage Listed for both its cultural and natural values.
It has been called a living cultural landscape, as Aboriginal people have occupied the area continuously for at least 40,000 years.
It is the largest terrestrial national park in the country. When you drive through the entry gates and you still have a 90 minute drive to your campground you know it’s BIG. It’s about one-third the size of Tasmania, or nearly half the size of Switzerland.
From wetlands, to sandstone escarpments, waterfalls, swimming holes, rivers, and wildlife – it teems with abundance and an ancient mysticism urging you to explore its changing landscapes.
Kakadu was added to our list of 25 National Parks in Australia for good reason, and would be in our top 3 parks in Australia.
Enjoy the photos, and just picture yourself there.
Yellow Water Wetlands
Nourlangie Rock Art
Have you been to Kakadu National Park?