Kakadu National Park

A moderate walk through open woodlands, and along Burdulba Creek and Billabong where water birds are abundant.

Wildlife

You’ll see iconic jabiru and brolga in an environment teeming with wildlife. Agile wallabies, water and dusky rats, file snakes, long-necked turtles and estuarine crocodiles inhabit the edges and the depths of the creek and billabong.

The creek system is known to contain more species of fresh water fish than the entire Murray-Darling Rivers.

The walk starts from either Malabanjdbanjdju camp site or Burdulba camp site.

Yilikadjarr walk isn't open right now.

Current status: Feral animals in the area.

 

Be Crocwise: Croc spotting

  • Make sure to observe all croc safety signs. Never enter the water where crocodiles are present.

Read more to stay safe when croc spotting

Site accessibility

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Region

Type of walk

Loop track

Walk grade

Easy

Walk distance

3.8 km

Time required

1 hour