Kakadu National Park

Explore remote walking tracks, waterfalls, swimming holes and the edges of the Arnhem Land escarpment on foot through Kakadu.

Many tour companies provide transport to and from Darwin and some include additional experiences like a cruise along Yellow Water.

Immerse yourself in Kakadu country with a guided walking tour.

Find walking tours in Kakadu

Stone escarpments on a Kakadu Walking Holiday adventure. Photo: Rhys Clarke

Australian Walking Holidays

Australian Walking Holidays is Australia's original trekking and adventure travel holiday provider.

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Kakadu river landscape. Photo: G Adventures and Leah Griffin

G Adventures

The award-winning G Adventures tours embrace authentic accommodation, exotic cuisine and local transport to put travellers on a first-name basis with the local people, culture, landscape and wildlife.

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Bushwalkers. Photo: NT Immersions

Gecko Canoeing and Trekking

Gecko Canoeing and Trekking are a locally operated tour company offering remote guided walking experiences for bushwalkers and nature lovers in areas away from regularly visited places with expert and knowledgeable guides. 

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Manbiyarra at Jacobs Hand. Photo: Kakadu Cultural Tours

Hawk Dreaming Wilderness Lodge

Visitors experience a remote and restricted area of Kakadu in an environmentally and culturally sensitive way by way of small group tours led by experienced guides.

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Injalak Arts Rock Art Tour. Photo: Richard L'Anson

Injalak Arts Rock Art Tours

Spend time in the company of an expert local guide whose ancestors have lived in the West Arnhem Land region for millennia.

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Visitors viewing rock art at Ubirr. Photo: Peter Eve

Park Trek Walking Holidays

An eco-certified tour operator with more than 15 years’ experience, Park Trek, offers fully guided multi-day walking tours in Kakadu and across Australia.

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Bushwalkers in Kakadu. Photo: Trek Tours

Trek Tours Australia

Trek Tours Australia is a boutique tour company focussed on taking small groups into the heart of the Australian wilderness.

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