Kakadu National Park


What a Croc

Yellow Water in Australia’s remote Kakadu National Park is a huge land-locked billabong and attracts thousands of visitors every year for its unique and beautiful native flora and fauna, with many coming especially to see the salt water crocodile in its natural habitat. The park is also home to millions of migratory birds including jacana, egrets, jabiru, sea eagles, magpie geese to name a few. The best way to see the natural environment is to join one of the many boat cruises up the billabong for a close encounter with nature. Daybreak and sunset are the most spectacular times and best for seeing the wildlife. Yellow Water is close to Jabiru and is about a 3-4 hour drive east of Darwin along the Kakadu Highway. Regular tourist services operate from Darwin to the park.

1 Comment on “Kakadu National Park”

  1. #1 Trish
    on Jun 27th, 2010 at 12:50 am

    We’ll be travellling in a big caravan starting Darwin finishing Alice Springs. Any suggestions about how much time to spend in Kakadu and the hotspots to visit without a 4WD?

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