Kakadu, Nourlangie and Yellow Waters Tour with Optional Return Flight to Darwin
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Discover the magic of Australia's Kakadu National Park on this full day trip from Darwin. Cruise along the famous Yellow Waters, while looking out for crocodiles on the riverbank and visit Nourlangie Rock, famed for its ancient Aboriginal rock art. Top it all off with an optional 50-minute scenic flight over Kakadu or a return scenic flight to Darwin, giving you a birds-eye view of the spectacular Northern Territory wilderness.
Visit the Top End (Northern Territory) to discover Australia's most famous national park - Kakadu. Your full day you will depart from Darwin and travel to Kakadu National Park, which covers some 20,000 square kilometers making it Australia's largest national park. Its vast wetlands and ancient escarpment are home to one of Australia's largest and most diverse bird populations and hold outstanding natural and cultural significance.
See ancient rock art at Nourlangie Rock a virtual museum in the desert. See history come to life through the stories depicted on the walls and ceilings of caves. After lunch join your guide for a cruise on the Yellow Water billabong. Keep an eye out for the wildlife and the crocodiles basking in the sun. Visit the Warradjan Aboriginal Cultural Centre and view the informative displays detailing the traditions of the indigenous people before returning to Darwin.
Upgrade your experience with either an optional 50-minute scenic flight over Kakadu or a one-hour return scenic flight to Darwin, over the Arnhem Land escarpment for a birds-eye view of the region.
- Transport by air-conditioned coach
- 1-hour return scenic flight to Darwin (if option selected)
- 50-minute scenic flight over Kakadu (if option selected)
- Yellow Waters Cruise
- Warradjan Aboriginal Cultural Centre
What isn't included
- Food and drinks, unless specified
- Entrance fees to Kakadu National Park (AUD $25 payable directly to your tour guide on the day of travel)
- Hotel drop-off for passengers flying back into Darwin (you will need to arrange your own way back from aviation terminal)