Kakadu National Park lies in the tropical top end of the Northern Territory of Australia. Kakadu is one of the world’s abundant wildlife parks. It’s no wonder why it has earned itself a UNESCO World Heritage designation.
Aside from complex ecosystems and rare animal and plant species, Kakadu has one of the longest historical records of human inhabitants in the world. Some of the remains of Aboriginal rock artwork in Kakadu can been dated back nearly 20,000 years!
With such a diverse natural habitat, you can imagine there is a lot to explore. My adventures in Kakadu led me on bush walks, brought me up close and personal with wildlife and guided me to natural freshwater swimming holes.