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No fuel at Goymarr (Mary River Roadhouse)

There is currently no fuel at Goymarr ( Mary River Roadhouse). You can purchase fuel in Pine Creek or Cooinda Lodge.

  • What's on

    See Kakadu through Aboriginal eyes. The Njanjma Rangers are giving free tours in the north of the park this dry season, as part of Kakadu’s free seasonal ranger activities.

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  • Get into the Groove

    The stage is set for a chilled evening of tunes by the lake. With its low-key setting and laid-back vibe, Lake Jabiru will be home to the sounds of Kakadu Groove on July 19. Bring a blanket or a chair, some good company and a beverage or two, and let the sultry sounds smooth your Saturday out into sunset.

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  • Illigadjarr Walk opens

    Enjoy this spectacular walk across a small grassy floodplain and along one of Kakadu's billabongs. This 3.8 km loop walk starts at either the Malabanjbanjdju or Burdulba Camping Areas. It will take approximately 2 hours to complete and well worth it.

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  • 4 Mile Hole open from 5 July 2014

    4 Mile Hole in the South Alligator region of Kakadu will open tomorrow. The 4WD track heads off the Arnhem Highway towards 2 Mile Hole and then on to the larger 4 Mile Hole billabong. This area is popular for boating, bird watching and camping.

    • FOR YOUR SAFETY – 4 Mile Hole is crocodile habitat:

      • Campers are advised to camp at least 50 m from the water’s edge at 4 Mile – observe all signage
      • Take extreme care when launching boats – avoid entering the water
      • Ensure that you use long handled nets when landing fish and never use your hands
      • Never clean fish or discard fish scraps near the water’s edge or the boat launch area

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  • Mahbilil Festival

    The Mahbilil Festival will be held in Jabiru on 30th August, 2014 and is a fantastic one-day celebration of culture and community. Family activities during the day including weaving, painting and bush foods, followed by an evening program of music and dance. Visitors are welcome.

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