A cultural food festival 65,000 years in the making
Karrimanjbekkan An-me Kakadu - Taste of Kakadu will be back in 2024 with a sensational program set to immerse Kakadu National Park visitors in a stimulating journey of the senses.
Set within a World Heritage-listed national park, Taste of Kakadu is a bush food experience unlike anything else on Earth.
Taste the unique flavours of Kakadu
Guests at previous Taste of Kakadu festivals experienced an array of culinary and cultural events in some of Australia’s most spectacular scenery.
Take a look at the gallery for some of the highlights of previous festivals.
Here’s what some of our previous visitors had to say
Watching the sun set over Yellow Water Billabong, eating canapes inspired by native food (thanks Kakadu Kitchen) while a didgeridoo plays softly in the background. Truly unforgettable.
—Garry Norris (@garry_norris)
Taste of Kakadu was an amazing experience and I’m so thankful I could be a part of it today. The Traditional Owners of this land are gracious hosts. Thank you for having us.
—Eve, Northern Territory
These are the sort of events we search out as often as we possibly can, as the experiences and learning opportunities are so rich and multi-layered. Today was definitely a highlight of our time here.
A unique event on the Australian festival calendar, Taste of Kakadu is a must for anyone with an interest in food or Aboriginal Culture.
At Kakadu we’ve enjoyed bush food for thousands of generations. Now we invite you to join us.
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