Kakadu National Park is one of the most magical places in the world. It is home to the oldest living culture, which has survived over 65,000 years through generations of Aboriginals. Inside the national park is over 500 known rock art sites and I’m sure there are thousands more hidden throughout the park. Only a small portion of the park is available for visitors to access as the traditional landowners take their history, culture, and land very seriously!
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MY FAVORITE KAKADU PHOTOS
We visited for a week and enjoyed beautiful viewpoints like Ubirr Rock Lookout and Nourlangie Rock Lookout and also experienced the Yellow Waters river with alligator tours and Barramundi Fishing.
These are my favorite Kakadu National Park photos from the week:
30 PHOTOS OF KAKADU NATIONAL PARK TO INSPIRE YOUR TRAVELS | Travel News Site
Saturday 8th of September 2018
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