Start your day tour around Australia's largest National Park by being picked up from your hotel in Darwin and depart for the Arnhem Highway across the Adelaide River and Marrakai Plains. Upon arriving at the park, you will enjoy a delicious buffet lunch followed by a cruise down the famous Yellow Water - the perfect place to search for the saltwater crocodiles and colorful birdlife this region is famous for! Next, you will visit the Warradjan Aboriginal Cultural Centre to view the informative displays depicting the traditions of Kakadu Aboriginal culture.
Just south of Darwin lies a truly beautiful destination, a blend of stunning tropical waterfalls and swimming holes. Kick off your two hour drive with a pick up at your hotel in Darwin, followed by heading down Stuart Highway towards Litchfield National Park. At the park, your first stop will be the Magnetic Termite Mounds where you will admire the artistic work of local termites, from arches to tunnels and even chambers! Afterwards, travel to Florence Falls, a majestic double waterfall.
Start an incredibly scenic and enjoyable day tour to Katherine Gorge with a morning pick up from your hotel departing for the Nitmiluk National Park. On the way, you will pass by the Adelaide River War Cemetery where you will be given time to stroll around and explore the memorial dedicated to the men and women who have lost their lives during WWII. You may also purchase a morning tea to freshen up at your own expense. Next, you will arrive at Nitmiluk National Park, a rugged natural landscape that stretches out for more than 292,000 hectares.
With over 20,000 square kms of diverse terrain, encompassing wetlands, ancient woodlands, stunning and age old rock formations, not to mention home to a third of Australia’s bird species and a fifth of it’s mammal species, Kakadu National Park is a World Heritage listing renowned for both its cultural and natural values. On this one day Kakadu Wilderness tour prepare to discover a deep connection to the environment as you travel to the lands of the Bininj and Mungguy People. Their continued management of the Kakadu National Park in association with Parks Australia is the key to why this region continues to thrive and support unparalleled wildlife and ecosystems. A must do travel destination when visiting the Northern Territory!