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Kakadu, Nourlangie and Yellow Waters Tour from Darwin
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Kakadu, Nourlangie and Yellow Waters Tour from Darwin

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Kakadu, Australia’s largest national park, sees many visitors opting for a multi-day tour. This tour is ideal for those short on time or on a budget, allowing you to take in the highlights on a day trip from Darwin. Admire the desert museum of Nourlangie Rock, discover Kakadu’s Aboriginal history at the Warradjan Aboriginal Centre, and spot crocodiles on a cruise along the Yellow Water billabong.
$207.09 per adult
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Ian L wrote a review Oct 14
Berkhamsted, United Kingdom521 contributions86 helpful votes
There is a short walk from the car park to Ubirr and various levels of climb non of which are too difficult but they may trouble some one with mobility issues or bad knees. The view from the top is 360 degrees and quite magnificent. The park is a tremendous place and you get a really good feel for it from this vantage point
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Judysim wrote a review Oct 9
Brisbane, Australia134 contributions26 helpful votes
Art is awesome. Climb to lookout is well worth it. The climb is quite reasonable - not overly taxing. Views stunning. All recommendations are to be there for sunset but we had run out of water and couldn’t stay that long but still really enjoyed the views.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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MrNorman wrote a review Sep 2020
Queensland, Australia69 contributions39 helpful votes
Took our 9yo for a walk here and was blown away by the quality and range of rock art on the walk. The most fun though was climbing to the top of the escarpment to take in the stunning views. The climb was clearly marked and, whilst would be difficult for people with mobility issues, is easy enough to manage. A fantastic spot with amazing views.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Luxfishers wrote a review Sep 2020
Wellington Point, Australia6 contributions
Fantastic place to visit. We went in September towards the end of the dry season, beginning of the build up. It was all very accessible. Great walks with some spectacular views. The rock art is amazing and the whole place feels very special.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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LozArthur wrote a review Sep 2020
Darwin, Australia259 contributions70 helpful votes
Great place to stop in to see ancient rock art and then climb the hill and watch the sunset over the Kakadu plains. Highly recommend coming here for sunset as it's cooler and the view is absolutely stunning.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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