Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory

Kakadu National Park is a world heritage site located 170 km southeast of Darwin and the second-largest national park in Australia. The ecologically and biologically diverse area is home to over 280 different bird species, 1600 different plant species, and 117 different species of reptile – one of the richest and most diverse areas in the country. Kakadu is also home to a rich cultural history with some of the best examples of cave paintings in the world – some of which date back 20,000 years.


Map

Add to favorite

Add to current board

Create new board

Add to current board

Add to current board
  • My Board
  • Ali Thursday Test
  • Our 2nd Board Test
  • third board
  • Africa
  • My Board
  • Paris
  • My Board
  • My Board
  • My Board
  • My Board
  • My Board
  • My Board
  • fhjm
  • gfdg
  • Europe
  • Atacama
  • London
  • Cape Town
  • Europe Trip
  • Chile Trip
  • Easter Island
  • Zimbabwe
  • My Trip
  • Ghana
  • My Board
  • Test
  • Test test1
  • Argentina
  • Ecuador and the Galapagos
  • Italy
  • My Board
  • my trip
  • My Board
  • My Board
  • My Board
  • My Board
  • My Board
  • My Board
  • Botswana
  • My Board
  • Beaches
  • My Board
  • Patagonia
  • My Board
  • My first board
  • My Board
  • My Board
  • Greece
  • My Board
  • My Board
  • Iberian Peninsula
  • My Board
  • Athens
  • My Board
  • My Board
  • My Board
  • My Board
  • Ecuador
  • My Board
  • Argentina
  • Argentina Dec21
  • Argentina Dec21
  • My Board
  • My Board
  • Turkey
  • My Board
  • Greece
  • My Board
  • My Board
  • My Board
  • Dominican Republic
  • My Board
  • Patagonia – 2023
  • My Board

Add to favorite

Added successfully to your board

Close and continue discovering

Delete from favorite

Favorite Deleted successfully

Close and continue discovering

Add to favorite

Your new board is ready, add more of your favorite places, activities, countries and accommodations

    Close and continue discovering