How to Explore Kakadu On A Guided Tour
How to Explore Kakadu On A Guided Tour
We're sure you'll love your visit to Kakadu National Park. And we know that finding the right guided tours of Kakadu is an important decision.

Kakadu National Park is a must-visit for any traveler visiting Australia. The park is home to some of the most beautiful scenery in Australia, from waterfalls and rainforests to rivers and rock formations. However, if you're looking for guided tours of Kakadu that will take you through all of these sites, then look no further than Kakadu Tours!

Visit Ubirr

Ubirr is a rock formation that is part of the Arnhem Land escarpment. It's made up of sandstone, and you can find it on the edge of Ubirr Rockhole, which has been designated as an Aboriginal Heritage site.

Ubirr is a sacred place for the Jawoyn people, who believe that this area was once part of their ancestral homeland before they were forced to move from Kakadu National Park in 1972 due to fire danger management issues caused by overgrazing by cattle. 

You'll see evidence here, such as burnt grasses from fires set by white settlers; however, these burnt patches are fairly small compared with other areas within Kakadu National Park where burning has occurred over many years (which explains why there aren't any trees left).

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Visit Nourlangie Rock

Nourlangie Rock is one of the most photographed places in Kakadu. It's also a sacred site for the Jawoyn people, who believe this is where their ancestors came from. You can see why!

Nourlangie Rock has an open view of the surrounding landscape, so it makes for an excellent spot to watch sunrise or sunset (although they are both spectacular). There are many tracks around this rock that visitors can follow to get different perspectives on what they're seeing.

Stop at the Bowali Visitors Centre

The Bowali Visitors Centre is a good place to learn about the park, with displays of its history and culture. It also has a small museum, gift shop and café.

If you're in the mood for refreshments or just want to sit down on one of their comfy couches while you wander around the grounds, there's plenty of room here: they have an outdoor playground for children as well as some picnic tables where you can sit back and enjoy your surroundings again later in the day!

Explore Kakadu National Park

Kakadu National Park is home to the world's oldest living culture, as well as being one of Australia's largest national parks. The park also offers many other attractions that make it a great place to explore during your guided tours of Kakadu.

To get an idea of what you can do in Kakadu National Park, check out the following activities:

  • See animals up close at the Wildlife Experience Center and Nature's Window (open 9:00 am - 5:00 pm daily)
  • Learn about Aboriginal culture through ranger-led talks (tours available every day except Christmas Day)
  • Play on our playgrounds for children aged 3 years old and older


We're sure you'll love your visit to Kakadu National Park. And we know that finding the right guided tours of Kakadu is an important decision. 

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