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Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory Australia
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Kakadu Full-Day Tour from Darwin Including Ubirr, Guluyambi, and Arnhem Land
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Discover the traditions that bind Aboriginal people to their land on this cultural Kakadu day tour. Learn the meanings of ancient art at Ubirr; hear about the people and their land from indigenous locals on an East Alligator River cruise; and enjoy a cultural demonstration. Tour includes 2-way transfers from select central hotels, lunch, snacks, water, and cruise: Your Kakadu pass (valid for seven days) is at your own expense.
$175.15 per adult
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We the end of the road and through the photos of the falls looked lovely. There were large signs at the beginning of the unmade road, warning of the loose and bumpy surface and saying you needed to use careful driving techniques. We tried a short distance and thought that it
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A mildly challenging walk over rocks and boulders along a creek (with crocodiles in it) to get to a beach area where you can swim and take in the view. The walk in and out is well signed with arrows. You can swim from beach to the plunge pool to get to the falls. We were there
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Take a 4x4 and enjoy the drive from the campsite to the falls carpark. Watch out for wallabies on the track. Hike for 2k over rocks, clearly marked and you arrive at a beautiful beachy area. Do not swim in the main billabong until you reach the beach area which is separated by
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We didn't go for a swim but lots of others did. Very nice scenery and very relaxing. Not far to walk from the carpark and did have some shaded areas. Remember the fly repelland as well as sunscreen when visiting this site.
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We loved our visit here but I would only recommend the track in if you have a 4 wheel drive vehicle as it’s pretty rough in places It’s then a pretty challenging walk over boulders to the swimming hole and waterfall but well worth it The walk In is beautiful with lots of
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