Jabiru Mahbilil Festival

During daylight, it’s a family event full of activities, workshops, rides, displays, Indigenous art and demonstrations of weaving, painting and more. Local showcasing includes the art and performance products from the Jabiru Youth Centre and Jabiru Area School. Food features with large earth ovens, buffalo, barramundi and the region speciality of magpie goose. Join the [...]

Kakadu Animal Tracks

Join an award-winning real safari with an outstanding reputation, run by a small family-owned business. With our real bush aboriginal guide, we search for wildlife and discover facets of Aboriginal bush life, including bush foods, medicines and fibres. We provide extensive natural and cultural interpretation, and wildlife highlights include buffalo and the amazing Gindjala Wetland [...]

Sugarbag Safaris

Have an epic adventure in the Top End. Let Sugarbag Safaris expertly guide you on a once-in-a-lifetime exploration through the tropical heart of the Northern Territory. From incredible wildlife to panoramic landscapes, mind-expanding indigenous rock art to gondwanan monsoon forests. All this and more on a outback camping adventure, our boutique tours allow you to [...]

Free Guided Ranger Walk in Kakadu

During the months of May through to October, join rangers to learn about the landscapes, wildlife, local history and culture of Kakadu National Park. Catch a free daily art site talk at Ubirr and Nourlangie Rock or join one of the guided walks which may be available throughout the Park. Mamukala Wetlands Walk is a [...]


Gubara is a 6 kilometre return walk past sandstone cliffs to shady monsoon forest pool within Kakadu National Park and nearby the main hub of Cooinda. Travel 9 kilometres in on the first road to the right after the Nourlangie car park. The grade is moderate and you should allow four hours to complete the [...]

Manngarre Rainforest Walk

Follow the Manngarre (Marn-narr-ay) Walk through monsoon rainforest and along the East Alligator River in the World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park. The walk comprises three interconnected loops ranging from 600 metres to 1.5 kilometres in length. Follow the path through rainforest to an elevated viewing platform that overlooks the river. For more information about the [...]

Mirrai Lookout Walk

Challenge yourself to tackle the steep climb to the top of Mount Cahill for the panoramic views over the escarpments and floodplains of central Kakadu. Located along the Kakadu Highway, halfway between the main service centres of Jabiru and Cooinda, the walk to Mirrai Lookout is described as moderately difficult. The trail is 3.6 kilometres [...]

Nanguluwur Rock Art Site and Walk

Nanguluwur Rock Art Site and Walk is a pleasant walk through woodlands leading to a quiet art site with fascinating Aboriginal rock art in Kakadu National Park. The Nanguluwur art site, near Nourlangie Rock, is reached via the Gubara Road, about 20 kilometres from the main service centre of Jabiru. Allow two hours for the [...]

Sandstone and River Bushwalk

The Sandstone and River Bushwalk, a 6.5-kilometre marked circular walk takes you through the rainforest, stone country, extensive flood plains and big escarpments of Kakadu National Park. Follow the trail past Catfish Creek, flood plains, billabongs, sandstone outliers and the East Alligator River. It is graded moderate and generally takes up to four hours to [...]

Yurmikmik Walks

Spend the tropical summer taking the Yurmikmik Walks in the southern region of Kakadu National Park. Follow the interconnected trails that lead to stunning waterfalls and scenic lookouts. Yurmikmik is the Jawoyn name for the country between the Marrawal Plateau and the South Alligator River. You will notice the changes in the landscape as you [...]

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