Walking is good. You follow track you sleep, wake in morning to birds, maybe kookaburra. You feel country.
Bill Neidjie - Bunitj clan, Aboriginal traditional owner.
Within the vast landscapes of Kakadu, there are seven main regions. As you move through Kakadu, take the time to explore and appreciate the diversity of the areas you visit - each one is truly unique.
From bush walks to boat cruises theres lots to explore in Kakadu's regions, follow the links below for the main attractions and where to stay in each area.
The river and the surrounding wetlands feature a stunning variety of birdlife and the chance to see crocodiles. Find out more
Jabiru is the main township in Kakadu, providing a range of essential services for visitors, and a gateway to all parts of the park and Arnhem Land. Find out more
In the shadow of the magnificent Arnhem Land escarpment, discover rainforest, stone country, rock art, extensive floodplains and the beautiful East Alligator River. Find out more
The Nourlangie area features stunning rock art galleries and impressive views from Gunwarddehwardde lookout of Kakadu's escarpment and Nourlangie Rock. During the dry season you can learn more about the park's ancient heritage from ranger talks at the galleries, or enjoy a walk and relaxing picnic at Anbangbang Billabong. Find out more
Yellow water's world-famous wetlands are not to be missed and the Warradjan Cultural Centre gives an invaluable insight into Aboriginal culture and caring for country. Gagudju Cooinda Lodge offers a central hub for all visitors seeking an evening meal and entertainment. Find out more
This area offers spectacular bushwalks, with powerful waterfalls in the wet and sparkling waterholes in the dry. Find out more
Jim Jim Falls and Twin Falls Gorge
Spectacular all year - see this area from the ground in the dry season, and from the air in the wet season. Find out more