Kakadu National Park

Fridays, 1.30–2.30 pm — Bowali Visitor Centre, Bowali

Kakadu is home to the elusive black wallaroo and rare white-throated grass wren.

In fact, Kakadu is home to an abundance of insects, amphibians, fish, reptiles and one quarter of Australian mammal species. It is a world-renowned location for birdwatching, being home to more than one third of Australia’s bird species.

Join our rangers for a presentation that explores the wildlife that can be found in this vast landscape. They’ll explain the characteristics of Kakadu’s habitats, and let you know what interesting species can be found in each.

Learn about animal behaviours and the rare and endemic species that can be found throughout the park. And where you might glimpse the black wallaroo or white-throated grasswren.

 

Certain activities may be cancelled without prior notice, for cultural reasons or due to conditions beyond our control.

Please contact Bowali Visitor Centre on 08 8938 1120 for more information.

When

Fridays, 1.30–2.30 pm

Meet at

Bowali Visitor Centre, Bowali

Time required

1 hour

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