Kakadu Tours

Kakadu National Park is Australia’s largest national park. To give you an idea of scale, it’s roughly the same size as the country of Slovenia! Adventure into the Aussie wilderness here and discover some of Australia’s most impressive natural scenery while learning about the fascinating local Aboriginal culture.

Best Kakadu Day Tours

If you’ve only got a short time within the region, our 1-day tour from Darwin can be the perfect fit. Perfect for early birds, the tour departs at the crack dawn and heads straight down the Stuart Highway towards Kakadu. On this tour you will explore every crevasse of Kakadu, hiking up the rough terrain and cruising down the Yellow Water Billabong, enjoying a buffet lunch along the way. You will finish the day at the iconic Nourlangie Rock Art site, where large cave walls are covered by ancient artwork, created by the indigenous community that used the cave as a shelter thousands of years ago.

Our popular multi-day tours give you a little bit more time in Kakadu National Park. Tours depart from Darwin and go deep into the spectacular region of Australia’s Top End. Ranging from two, to three, to five-day adventures, the tours will have you discovering cascading waterfalls, serene plunge pools, and unforgettable lookouts. Learn about the fascinating culture of the local Aboriginal people as you visit ancient rock art sites and view the strange formations of the giant termite mounds. All our tours include accommodation camping under the stars, for a true outback experience under the impressive night sky.

Kakadu Wet Season Tours (November to April)

From November until April, the tropical climate of the Top End experiences its rainy season, altering our tour itineraries. The influx of rain allows the smaller waterfalls and creeks to fill up again, offering us new places to discover. Either join our 2 Day Kakadu Tour (Nov – Apr) or our 3 Day Kakadu and Litchfield Tour (Nov – Apr) to make the most of the unforgettable experiences during the Top End’s wet season.