World Heritage

Kakado or Kakadon’t: Kakadu National Park

Australia’s largest National Park spanning 20,000 square kilometres, nearly half the size of Switzerland! Home to the greatest variety of ecosystems, from vast flood plains to rugged deserts, to mangroves and insane waterfalls, there’s a lot to explore. A UNESCO world heritage site with rich natural and cultural treasures. This land has been home to the native people for thousands of years. It’s now jointly managed by the Traditional Aboriginal owners and Parks Australia.

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