Camping and bushwalking

 Camping

Some areas of Kakadu National Park require you to apply for a camping permit. For the majority of the campsites shown in the Visitor Guide you do not need to apply for a permit.

If you are applying to camp at Bilkbilkmi (Graveside Gorge) please download the Bilkbilkmi (Graveside Gorge) CLOSURE DATES FOR 2014 (PDF - 133.7 KB) or Bilkbilkmi (Graveside Gorge) CLOSURE DATES FOR 2015 (PDF - 135.08 KB)

Bushwalking

Walking is a great way to experience Kakadu. There are many marked walks throughout the park, including a wide variety of short and easy day walks as well as some longer, more challenging full day walks to be experienced without a permit. You will need to apply for a permit if you want to do overnight bushwalks, or bushwalk in unmarked remote areas (off-track bushwalking). Please note permits will not be issued to solo walkers.

Before applying for a permit please check that the following closure dates don't affect you:

 

For information about permits in Kakadu National Park please contact:

The Permits Officer
Kakadu National Park
PO Box 71
Jabiru NT 0886

Phone: +61 (08) 8938 1140
Fax: +61 (08) 8938 1115
Email: kakadunationalpark@environment.gov.au