Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory Australia

Kakadu National Park (The Northern Territory) is located approximately 200 kilometers south east of Darwin and spreads across nearly 20,000 square km (3.2 million acres). It also consists of the traditional lands of several original tribes. It provides over five thousand rock painting sites.

Kakadu National Park holds an exceptional award that only two other sites also hold. It is a natural wonder that holds both a World Heritage Area listing and as a UNESCO site. It also has eye-catching elegant, extraordinary and rare animals and plants like the infamous salt water crocodile, and many others.
This National park will leave you stunned and in admiration of its history and splendor.

The best time to visit Kakadu National Park is in dry season, which is between June and August. Outside of this season there’s is lots of rain and the temperature is hot.

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