Updated list of sites open to visitors
Important COVID-19 update – Visitor restrictions apply
Travellers need to keep up-to-date with where they can travel and which areas have been declared COVID-19 hotspots, as the COVID-19 situation in Australia is continually evolving.
All visitors need to ensure that they are complying with the current travel restrictions in place by the Northern Territory Government.
Welcome back to Kakadu! The following sites are either open now to visitors or will be reopening from Friday, 3 July 2020 as indicated as part of a staged reopening of the national park.
Sites now open or reopening from Friday, 3 July 2020
* Denotes site reopening from Friday, 3 July 2020
South Alligator region
- Mamukala Wetlands
- Kungarre walk
- Two Mile Hole – camping and day use
- Alligator Billabong track open only to high clearance 4WD vehicles to Alligator Billabong from Arnhem Highway only. Visitors must exit via Arnhem Highway also. Sites include:
East Alligator (Erre) region
Burrungkuy (Nourlangie) region
- Burrungkuy (Nourlangie Rock), Anbangbang (walk part-open), Nawurlandja lookout
- Mirray Lookout
- Kubara and Nanguluwurr walks
- Malanbanjbanjdju – camping and caravan use areas
- Burdulba camping area
- Djarradjin (Muirella Park) – camping and boat ramp
- Sandy Billabong (Djirrilba) – camping and day use
Jim Jim region
Mary River region
- Bukbukluk lookout
- Yurmikmik (Boulder Creek and Motor Car Falls)
- Gungurul campsite and walks
- Kambolgie campground
- Ferny Gully and Igoymarrwa (Moline Rockhole) – limited access
- Gunlom* – lower pool and campground only
- Maguk* – lower pool and campground only
- Jarrangbarnmi (Koolpin Gorge)* – access restricted by permit system to max 40 visitors at any one time
- Two Mile Hole
- South Alligator River
- East Alligator River (upstream and downstream ramps)
- Djarradjin (Muirella Park)
- Yellow Water (Ngurrungurrudjba)
- Home Billabong
- Mardukal Billabong
For the most up-to-date information on access to specific sites please refer to the Kakadu access report.
Don’t forget to maintain social distancing. Some paths or areas may be one-directional or have other health and safety restrictions related to COVID-19, so we request visitors please observe directional arrows and signs.
Social distancing in Kakadu National Park
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