Kakadu National Park

There’s no need to book ahead at our campgrounds as they operate on a first-come, first-served basis, and the on-site campground manager will collect your camping fees.

In the heart of Kakadu you’ll find what many believe is the prettiest camping spot in our World Heritage-listed national park.

A vast field of nymphae and yellow snowflake waterlillies greet you as you enter the campgrounds.

There’s an abundance of birdlife both in and around the billabong. You can see white-bellied sea eagles chase whistling ducks across the water as cormorants and long-necked darters perch on half-submerged branches and logs to stretch and dry their wings.

Crocodiles navigate the billabong, peeping through waterlillies and keeping watch on the surroundings, while in the woodlands at the edge of the water kingfishers and bee eaters forage through paperbark trees.


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

Watch our safety video

Site accessibility

  • 4WD essential

See the access report for more details.

Type of camping

Bush campsite

Suitable for

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


Adults: $6.00 per night

Children: $3.00 per night

Families: $15.00 per night


  • Cross icon No drinking water
  • Tick icon Toilets (pit)
  • Cross icon No showers
  • Cross icon No rubbish bins
  • Cross icon No power
  • Cross icon No generators permitted
  • Cross icon No alcohol permitted
  • Tick icon Picnic area (tables only)
  • Tick icon Fire pit
  • Cross icon No boat ramp
  • Cross icon No swimming pool

Nearest hub


Distance to hub

35 km

Amenities at hub

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  • Tick icon Fuel
  • Tick icon General store
  • Tick icon Meals
  • Tick icon Restaurant
  • Tick icon Bar