Kakadu National Park

Important COVID-19 update – Visitor restrictions

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.

A lovely stroll through open woodland habitat. The best time to do this walk is in the early morning or late afternoon to enjoy Kakadu’s birdlife.

Wildlife

Families of kaldurrk (blue-winged kookaburras) noisily advertise their presence first thing in the morning and late in the day. Keep an eye out for rakul (partidge pidgeon) wandering around on the woodland floor. Kornobolo (agile wallabies) and dalkken (dingos) can often be seen as well.

The botanically inclined will notice several species of eucalypts, bloodwoods, sand palms and liniment trees like turkey bush.

 

Staying safe at Kakadu

We want you to have a fantastic holiday that’s memorable for all the right reasons. Kakadu is a wild place – here are our tips to help you be Crocwise and stay safe, particularly near waterways!

Please read our safety information

See the access report for more details.


Type of walk

Loop track

Walk grade

Easy

Walk distance

2 km

Time required

1 hour