Want to experience one of the most diversely beautiful places on Earth? Kakadu National Park is an Australian treasure that deserves your attention. With over 2,000 species of animals and 750 different types of birds it's no wonder that Kakadu has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Kakadu National Park is a place that seems too amazing to be real. Within this vast park, there are waterfalls larger than Niagara, giant termite mounds towering over the landscape, and cascading gorges filled with peaceful pools of clear water. This is where crocodiles go to get cleaned by birds and where canyons tower over rivers flowing through them.
Kakadu National Park contains a wide variety of ecosystems ranging from wetlands... to open savanna grasslands to tropical woodland, and is home to an abundance of wildlife.
Kakadu National Park is not just for looking either - there are several activities you can participate in. You can take a scenic flight or helicopter ride over the park to see some of what Kakadu has to offer from above, or go on a fishing trip with one of the many charter services that have set up shop within this Northern Territory gem. If you're looking for something less physical, you can choose from any number of tours that will bring you face-to-face with Australia's unique wildlife.