Spend a day at Darwin to get the feeling of a city where the outback adventure begins. Visit Kakadu National Park, one of only 37 UNESCO World Heritage Sites around the world to receive a dual listing as for the cultural landscape and natural values. This Park offers a tremendous amount of interesting sites within its 19,804 square kilometres. Explore what the dreamtime still means for mankind and discover the meaningul Aboriginal rock art which is found throughout the park.
Immerse yourself in the Nitmiluk National Park, a very special natural highlight. The park is special due to its impressive gorges, pretty waterfalls, numerous freshwater pools, vast landscapes, deep gorges, interesting Aboriginal art and very good hiking trails. Explore the famous Katherine Gorge by boat and take wonderful photos for your loved ones at home. Maybe a saltwater crocodile is running in front of your lens and you get the ultimate shot.
Don’t miss Litchfield National Park. The distance from Darwin is perfect because you won’t be spending all day riding in a bus. While you are driving to Litchfield National Park you can relax and listen to your expert guide who will inform you of the beautiful spots this park boasts.