Kakadu National Park

Kakadu is Your Outdoor Classroom

Kakadu is a living cultural landscape and has acted as an open air classroom for over 65,000 years.

Kakadu’s Bininj/Mungguy traditional owners welcome school groups to Kakadu National Park and hope that all school groups learn about Kakadu’s cultural and natural values during their stay.

Park Use Fees and Exemptions for Australian Schools

Entry into Kakadu National Park is free for children travelling in school groups. To apply for this exemption, please complete the Kakadu National Park Fee Exemption Form.

Prepare for your trip

To prepare yourself and your class for your trip to Kakadu, you can:

  • Download Kakadu’s Visitor Guide and other park notes relevant to your trip.
  • Download the free Kakadu Study Guide and work through it with your class. (This study guide is designed to be used in conjunction with the Kakadu documentary series).
  • Watch the Kakadu documentary series. The DVD set can be purchased through Bowali Visitor Centre and ABC Shops.

Contact us

To book an exclusive educational experience, for assistance in planning your trip, or for any other information, contact:

Park Interpretation Officer
kakaduexperiences@environment.gov.au or 08 8938 1106.

Or Bowali Visitor Centre, on 08 8938 1120.