Kakadu National Park

This magical location boasts a gorgeous plunge pool and cascading waterfall set in lush surroundings.

This is a challenging campground to get to, taking about three hours to navigate the 60 km 4WD track to the camping area.

You can park at the end of this track and do a day visit or camp in the gorge itself. The gorge is a challenging 4 km walk from the car park through open woodlands and monsoon thickets to the cascades.

This is a true bush camping experience and there are no facilities provided.

Bilkbilkmi (Graveside Gorge) is a very special place for traditional owners. One week per month the area is closed for their use.

 

You’ll need a permit to bushwalk or camp here

You can apply for a camping permit here. Or if you require a permit for Jarrangbarnmi (Koolpin Gorge) click here. Please allow seven days for processing.

For more information please contact the permits officer on +61 (08) 8938 1140 or at kakadu.permits@environment.gov.au

Be Crocwise: Camping

  • Ensure you observe all safety signs, and be aware that whenever you are near water in the park, there is a risk of crocs!
  • Camp at least two metres above the high water mark and at least 50 metres from the water’s edge.
  • Camp in designated camp sites well away from waterways…

Read more to stay safe when camping

Site accessibility

  • 4WD essential

Type of camping

Bush campsite

Suitable for

  • Tick icon Tents
  • Cross icon No camper trailers
  • Cross icon No caravans

Region

Facilities

  • Cross icon No drinking water
  • Cross icon No toilets
  • Cross icon No showers
  • Cross icon No rubbish bins
  • Cross icon No power
  • Cross icon No generators permitted
  • Cross icon No alcohol permitted
  • Cross icon No picnic area
  • Cross icon No fire pit
  • Cross icon No boat ramp
  • Cross icon No swimming pool

Nearest hub

Mary River Roadhouse

Amenities at hub

  • Cross icon No park passes
  • Tick icon Fuel
  • Tick icon General store
  • Tick icon Meals
  • Tick icon Restaurant
  • Tick icon Bar