Kakadu National Park

Important COVID-19 update – Visitor restrictions

In response to the evolving COVID-19 situation in the Northern Territory, Kakadu National Park will close the Bowali Visitor Centre and the information centre at the Mary River Ranger Station until further notice.

COVID-19 safety measures remain in place at Kakadu National Park. The Northern Territory Government has implemented a number of health directions to keep the community safe. It is important to comply with the current travel restrictions and to use the Territory Check-In app to register at visitor sites and campgrounds in Kakadu.

Bookings are essential for Kakadu ranger-guided activities. Reserve your place using the ‘Book Now’ button on the activity page.

Activities are subject to change and we will be providing updates to registered ticket holders only.

Kakadu offers visitors a unique opportunity to connect with country and culture through tours and activities.

It is a natural wonderland – 20,000 sq kms of outdoor adventure, Indigenous exploration, dramatic vistas and unhurried days.

Join our rangers for activities throughout Kakadu, including rock art site talks, walks, painting and weaving demonstrations and evening presentations at Bowali Visitor Centre in Jabiru, and Warradjan Aboriginal Cultural Centre in the Yellow Water region, and at other special sites throughout the park.

Fall in love with nature as you climb looming escarpments to view the spectacular tropical waterholes and waterways. Discover Kakadu through the Indigenous eye with local tours, glide over the wetlands on a sunrise cruise, soar above the landscape on a stunning scenic flight and join us for special and annual events held within the park.

There are spectacular fishing spots and vast wetlands and billabongs for boating and we’ve got some great sites to spot some crocs! 

Kakadu is a place to spend time with friends and loved ones, making memories that will last a lifetime.

Download the Kakadu Visitor Guide