There’s plenty on at Kakadu with the unseasonal weather creating the most spectacular waterfalls we’ve seen in years. Check out our top 5 picks... or just journey down the highway to create your own memorable adventure.
Join ranger–guided activities
There’s always something to do at Kakadu. Join our rangers for activities throughout Kakadu, including art site talks, walks, and presentations.
Want to see some waterfalls?
Take to the skies to experience the full majesty of our fantastic waterfalls after heavy rain. Talk to our local flight specialists about the truly magical experiences on offer.
Cruise like the crocs
One of the most popular activities for visitors is taking a river or billabong cruise. The award-winning Yellow Water Cruises and Guluyambi Cultural Cruise on the East Alligator deliver a unique experience, connecting culture and country.
Explore our ancient galleries
Join our daily ranger-guided tour through some of the most amazing art ever produced. For tens of thousands of years Kakadu’s artists have been telling stories of their country through rock art. Kakadu’s living culture is central to the park and you can experience it for yourself through painting workshops.
Up for a challenge?
Please note that the Barrk Sandstone Walk is currently closed due to extreme heat.
Take a hike on our 12 kilometres Barrk Sandstone Walk in the Nourlangie Region. Explore wildflowers and gentle water pools as you make your way across the escarpment. Grab a map and park note from Bowali on your way, and pick up all the tips on what to look out for while walking.