Travel 220 kilometres east of Darwin on the Arnhem Highway, crossing the Adelaide River and Marrakai Plains arriving at the Kakadu National Park, one of the best known treasures in Australia. Discover the unique native flora and fauna that call this haven home and stop at Nourlangie Rock for an Aboriginal guided walk to ancient indigenous rock art.
A local guide will take you on a cruise on the Yellow Water Billabong to see the famous saltwater crocodiles and colourful range of resident bird life. After a lunch stop at Nourlangie Rock, your guide will lead a walk to view ancient Aboriginal rock art, before returning to Darwin. .
On your next holiday to the Top End, why not include this one day tour in your itinerary and experience the beauty of the Kakadu National Park for yourself!
Departs: 6.30am Thursdays & Sundays from 69 Mitchell Street, Darwin
Hotel pick ups are available. Please request at the time of booking
Tour does not operation on New Years Day 01 January
Children: 15 years and under are charged at the child rate
What to Bring: Comfortable walking shoes, sunglasses, hat, sunscreen, water bottle, camera and a jacket in cooler months
Fitness requirement: Low level of fitness required. Small amount of walking including a 10-15 minute walk on uneven ground with a gradual climb to the viewing point. There is wheelchair access, however, this is on uneven ground and is accessible for only a small part of the walk and must have a carer to assist
Note: Tour itinerary order is subject to change without notice
Tour Code: D4
Operated by: AAT Kings