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No fuel at Goymarr (Mary River Roadhouse)

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



  • Saving our threatened species

    Love Kakadu’s wildlife? So do we!

    We’re ramping up action to save threatened species like our northern quoll.

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  • Injalak's 25th birthday

    Injalak Arts & Crafts have planned a special fun-filled day for their 25th birhday celebrations with bush food cook-up, Rock Art Tours, dancing, art and craft demonstrations, bands, screen-printing demonstrations and activities, discount artworks and more. There is no charge however visitors will need to arrange their own permits through NLC. This will be a very family friendly event.

    • When: 1st November 2014 | 8 am to 6 pm

      Where: Injalak Arts & Crafts, Gunbalanya Oenpelli) Northern Territory. See information about getting there

      There is no charge however visitors will need to arrange their own permits through NLC.

      Please see the birthday party flyer for more information

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  • Bird week

    Kakadu’s first ever Bird Week, held at the end of September 2014, was a great success. Kakadu is a birdwatcher’s paradise, and ornithologists from around Australia took advantage of the week’s program of activities.
    Teams surveyed a huge number of birds, including key threatened species within the park, particularly in remote and publicly inaccessible areas. A total of 153 species were recorded.

    • Kakadu’s bird week highlighted the amazing natural values and biodiversity of Kakadu National Park. It also provided an opportunity to raise awareness of species that are in trouble and the challenges we face in our efforts to protect them.

      Data collected from the surveys will help guide the park’s conservation and management efforts, supporting species recovery in the area.

        Visitors had some exiting sightings including:
      • Yellow chat (endangered Alligator River subspecies)
      • White-throated grasswren
      • Rufous Owl
      • Flocks of 800-1,000 brolga
      • Red-backed buttonquail

      Other birds spotted during the week include the white-lined honeyeater, banded fruit-dove, sandstone shrike-thrush, chestnut-quilled rock-pigeon, little curlew, rainbow pitta, partridge pigeon, australian bustard, spotted harrier, black-breasted buzzard, wedge-tailed eagle, buff-sided robin, variegated fairywren, northern rosella, black-tailed treecreeper, tawny grassbird and zitting cisticola.

      Click here to see the program from the 2014 Bird Week

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  • Mahbilil Festival

    The Mahbilil Festival will be held in Jabiru on 6th September, 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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