Kakadu National Park
Kakadu National Park is a vast and ancient wilderness in Australia’s Northern Territory. The park is home to a staggering array of wildlife, including crocodiles, kangaroos, and wallabies.
The landscape is equally diverse, with rainforest, wetlands, and rocky escarpments. Visitors can explore the park by foot, car, or boat, and there are plenty of campsites and lodges for those who want to stay longer. Be sure to visit the Ubirr Rock art site, where ancient Aboriginal paintings can be seen, and the Twin Falls, one of the park’s most popular attractions.