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Kakadu National Park, Jabiru, Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory 0886 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 did both the short Boulder Creek walk and the longer Motor Car Falls walk and enjoyed both. Boulder Creek was a very pleasant surprise as we went in the wet season and had it all to ourselves.
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We took the longest Gorge walk and while it seemed to be a long walk under the harsh sun, it was super rewarding as at the end we got to the waterfall which was amazing. Lots of people taking a dip so it was instant cooling off before heading back!
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check updates before heading here as its occasionally closed. worth the hike too swim in great waterholes.
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Yes, it's a long hike. No there is not a lot of shade until you reach the waterhole. Yes it's worth it. Big enough for multiple groups. This hike has rock scrambling, single track, double track and long hot direct for 90% of the walk. Great views of the rock walls and
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We came to Kakadu National Park during wet season (December) when forests were green, waterfalls raging, not many people around and weather was cool. Due to heavy rains from time to time, some areas were flooded and therefore closed such as Jim Jim and Twin Falls. Yurmikmik was
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