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 for travellers to keep up to date with the COVID-19 situation in Australia as it is continually evolving. Read more.
NT Health also encourages visitors to the NT to protect themselves against mosquitoes due to the presence of Japanese encephalitis.
This dazzling waterfall spills from steep gorge walls into a pristine natural pool.
A short monsoon rainforest walk delivers you to this stunning location where lush vegetation and beautiful wildlife is found.
Rainbow pitas, emerald doves and spangled drongos are common here while endemic Anbinik trees – the biggest trees in Stone Country – find refuge in the forest.
You emerge near the end of the trail into a bouldered river section.
From here you can continue on the marked trail across the river to the main plunge pool set in an immense stone amphitheatre.
Reach it via the Maguk walk, an hour’s drive south of Cooinda.
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!
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