Kakadu & Katherine Gorge

Kakadu & Katherine Gorge

DARWIN | KAKADU NATIONAL PARK | KATHERINE | KATHERINE GORGE

Mingle amongst hundreds of animals and birds as you travel into Kakadu National Park; marvel at the rock art of the yester-years; cruise on gorges carved from billion-year old sandstone and see some of the most amazing scenery the Northern Territory has to offer.

Highlights:

  • Cruise on the Adelaide River, home to over 1,600 crocodiles
  • See ancient Aboriginal rock art at Ubirr
  • Cruise on Kakadu's most famous wetland on the Yellow Water Billabong
  • Cruise through Katherine Gorge
  • Visit the Adelaide River War Cemetery in Darwin

 

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Valid on travel dates from 01 Jan 19 - 21 Dec 2018. Book before 31 Dec 2018  
3 Days
from £674 per person

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Kakadu & Katherine Gorge
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Your Itinerary

  • Day 1
  • Day 2
  • Day 3

Day 1 : Darwin – Kakadu

Join the Jumping Crocodile Cruise and travel into Kakadu National Park for lunch. See ancient Aboriginal rock art and take a guided walk to the top of Ubirr for the views.

Hotel: Mercure Kakadu Crocodile

Day 2 : Kakadu National Park – Katherine

View Aboriginal rock art at Nourlangie. Join the famous Yellow Water Billabong cruise to observe saltwater crocodiles and the colourful rage of birdlife for which this region is renowned. This afternoon travel to Katherine.

Hotel: Ibis Styles

Day 3 : Katherine Gorge Cruise – Depart Darwin

Enjoy a morning cruise through Katherine Gorge and watch for crocodiles basking in the sun. Visit the Nitmiluk Visitor Centre for breakfast then continue to Edith Falls. Stop at the Adelaide River War Cemetery en route to Darwin.

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