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Cooinda

The small township of Cooinda sits 300km from Darwin, within Kakadu National Park. Home to the South Alligator River and close to Burrungkuy (Nourlangie) Rock, Cooinda is bustling with culture and landscapes incomparable to anywhere else in the world. Native residents include water buffalo, crocodiles and Brolgas, making the Yellow Water Cruise an exciting activity for all visitors. Stop at Warradjan Cultural Centre and learn of the local Bininj people and browse one of the most incredible displays of Aboriginal art available for purchase.

Culture of Kakadu

Culture of Kakadu

Try your luck at catching one of the territory's famous barramundi with a two and a half hour fishing experience on Yellow Water Billabong or Home Billabong (during wet season). With all equipment provided, plus an experienced fishing guide to help you perfect your cast you'll be on your way to the ultimate catch. Sit back and relax on a customised fishing boat with a shade canopy and if you end up catching a fish you will have the option to have the fish cooked up by a chef.

Kakadu Adventure Cruise

Kakadu Adventure Cruise

A land steeped in the oldest living culture in the world, Kakadu National Park is home to over 280 different species of birds and has such a large footprint that multiple ecosystems exist within its borders. Aboriginal culture encapsulates a divine understanding of the natural world, expressed through art, Dreamtime stories and a harmonious coexistence with the environment. This five hour tour is customised to you, sit back and relax as certified guides take you across the lowlands of Kakadu into stone country. Learn about indigenous culture and the rich history of each site that you visit, Kubara Rock Pools, Nourlangie, Motorcar Falls, Boulder Creek.

Yellow Water Billabong Fishing

Yellow Water Billabong Fishing

Try your luck at catching one of the territory's famous barramundi with a two and a half hour fishing experience on Yellow Water Billabong or Home Billabong (during wet season). With all equipment provided, plus an experienced fishing guide to help you perfect your cast you'll be on your way to the ultimate catch. Sit back and relax on a customised fishing boat with a shade canopy and if you end up catching a fish you will have the option to have the fish cooked up by a chef.

Yellow Water Cruise

Yellow Water Cruise

Cruise Kakadu's most famous wetland and see the billabong come alive. Located at the end of the Jim Jim Creek, Yellow Water is part of the South Alligator River system. This river system is unique as it is included in its entirety within a UNESCO World Heritage listed National Park.
Kakadu is home to over 280 different species of birds being around a third of the bird species found in Australia. Kakadu National Park has such a large footprint that multiple ecosystems and habitats exist within its border providing a home for the many species that live in the Park.

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