Kakadu

We would like to respectfully acknowledge the Bininj Mungguy people who are the traditional owners and custodians of the land. We would also like to pay respect to the elders past and present.

Kakadu is Australia’s largest National Park, covering around 20,000 square kilometres. 

Located in close proximity to Darwin, Kakadu has been inhabited by the local Aboriginal tribes for over 50,000 years and to this day remains an area of immense beauty and Aboriginal significance. 

A World Heritage Listed area, Kakadu boasts a plethora of cultural and natural experiences to include in any business event itinerary. 

Whether focussed on adventure, getting up close and personal with the local wildlife or the opportunity to learn more about the Aboriginal way of life, take a moment to explore options for your event at the NT’s own World Heritage Listed area.

Explore Kakadu.

Kakadu, Northern Territory, Australia