Kakadu and Northern Territory
Kakadu National Park is a protected area in the Northern Territory of Australia, 105 miles (171 km) southeast of Darwin. The park is located within the Alligator Rivers Region of the Northern Territory. It covers an area of 19,804 km2 (7,646 sq mi), extending nearly 130 miles (200 kilometres) from north to south and over 65 miles (100 kilometres) from east to west. It is nearly half the size of Switzerland.
Accommodation in Kakadu and Northern Territory
Located right by the Katherine River in the Nitmiluk National Park, Cicada Lodge is surrounded by red dust and vast skies and surreal, swooping rock formations. But here’s what makes it really stand out: it is owned by the Aboriginal Jawoyn people, and they will spirit you away into their 45,000-year-old dreamtime world. Explore the […]
Australia is famed for its bush land and one way to experience it in relative luxury is at this high-end camp just west of the Kakadu National Park. You’re also on the brink of the Mary River flood plains, with wetlands and savannah woodlands luring a host of bird and wildlife to the area. Try […]