Kakadu is Australia’s largest national park spanning 20,000km2 with a number of attractions including bushwalks, boat cruises, swimming and wildlife spotting. Kakadu is home to diverse ecosystems and rich Indigenous history, and for this reason it has been classified by UNESCO as a World Heritage site.

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