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Kakadu National Park

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Kakadu National Park in the Top End of Australia, three hours from Darwin, is a World Heritage Area. Owned by the Bininj Aboriginal people and managed by Parks Australia, Kakadu is regarded as one of the great parks of the world encompassing complete eco systems - from the Arnhem Land plateau to the Timor Sea. More than two-thirds of Australia's bird species can be found in the park and many rare animals - such as the colourful Leichhardts grasshopper - exist within its borders

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Photo Captions for Kakadu National Park

Image #1. Kakadu National Park Twin Falls, Kakadu National Park - rangers check for crocodiles

Image #2. Kakadu National Park Gagudju Lodge, Cooinda. Home of Yellow Water. tourism travel kakadu boat tour wetland paperbark tree.

Image #3. Kakadu National Park Gagudju Lodge, Cooinda. Home of Yellow Water. tourism travel kakadu boat tour wetland bird egret.

Image #4. Kakadu National Park Gagudju Lodge, Cooinda. Home of Yellow Water. tourism travel kakadu boat tour wetland bird darter.

Image #5. Kakadu National Park Gagudju Lodge, Cooinda. Home of Yellow Water. tourism travel kakadu boat tour wetland crocodile.

Image #6. Kakadu National Park Gagudju Lodge, Cooinda. yellow water boat tour kakadu reptile crocodile travel wetlands

Image #7. Kakadu National Park Gagudju Lodge, Cooinda. Home of Yellow Water. tourism travel kakadu boat tour wetland sunset.

Image #8. Kakadu National Park Tourists at Gunlom waterhole in southern Kakadu. adventure travel national park

Image #9. Kakadu National Park Rock hole at Gunlom in southern Kakadu. adventure travel tourism water holiday couple

Image #10. Kakadu National Park Kakadu National Park - Gunlom in the south of the park - looking to the pool at the bottom of the falls from the escarpment - waterway sandstone

Image #11. Kakadu National Park Fallen leaves on the surface of the water in a creek in southern Kakadu National Park. waterway texture pattern

Image #12. Kakadu National Park Gagudju Crocodile Hotel, Jabiru. Kakadu NP accommodation tourism hospitality architecture

Image #13. Kakadu National Park Kakadu National Park - Aboriginal rock art depicting spirit figures - Nourlangie Rock area - indigenous culture

Image #14. Kakadu National Park Kakadu National Park - creek crossing in the south of the park - waterway tourism - Paddy McHugh - 4WD vehicle outback transport

Image #15. Kakadu National Park Kakadu National Park late in the dry season just after some rains. Nourlangie and Ubirr

Image #16. Kakadu National Park Kakadu National Park late in the dry season just after some rains. Nourlangie

Image #17. Kakadu National Park Nourlangie Rock and Anbangbang billabong. Kakadu National Park landscape

Image #18. Kakadu National Park Kakadu National Park late in the dry season just after some rains. Nourlangie and Ubirr

Image #19. Kakadu National Park Kakadu National Park late in the dry season just after some rains. Leichhardts grasshopper feeding on Pitydodea jameseii

Image #20. Kakadu National Park Kakadu National Park late in the dry season just after some rains. Yellow water area is one of the most diverse wetlands in the Top End containing many birds and reptiles such as crocodiles. Owned by Aboriginal people

Image #21. Kakadu National Park Kakadu National Park late in the dry season just after some rains. Nourlangie early wet season fire

Image #22. Kakadu National Park Kakadu National Park late in the dry season just after some rains. Ubirr

Image #23. Kakadu National Park Kakadu National Park late in the dry season just after some rains. Yellow water area is one of the most diverse wetlands in the Top End containing many birds and reptiles such as crocodiles. Owned by Aboriginal people

Image #24. Kakadu National Park Kakadu National Park late in the dry season just after some rains. Yellow water area is one of the most diverse wetlands in the Top End containing many birds and reptiles such as crocodiles. Owned by Aboriginal people. white bellied sea eagle

Image #25. Kakadu National Park Kakadu National Park late in the dry season just after some rains. Yellow water area is one of the most diverse wetlands in the Top End containing many birds and reptiles such as crocodiles. Owned by Aboriginal people. Azure Kingfisher

Image #26. Kakadu National Park Kakadu National Park in the Top End of northern Australia is one of the world's Heritage areas and a popular destination for tourists from all over the world. The Yellow Waters tour hightlights the wet land areas while the escarpment shows the stone country

Image #27. Kakadu National Park Kakadu National Park late in the dry season just after some rains. Yellow water area is one of the most diverse wetlands in the Top End containing many birds and reptiles such as crocodiles. Owned by Aboriginal people. Pollen covers the water as a saltwater crocodile basks in Yellow Water billabong

Image #28. Kakadu National Park Kakadu National Park in the Top End of northern Australia is one of the world's Heritage areas and a popular destination for tourists from all over the world. Arnhem Land escarpment in the wet season - Jim Jim Falls

Image #29. Kakadu National Park Kakadu National Park in the Top End of northern Australia is one of the world's Heritage areas and a popular destination for tourists from all over the world. Arnhem Land escarpment in the wet season - Twin Falls

Image #30. Kakadu National Park Kakadu National Park in the Top End of northern Australia is one of the world's Heritage areas and a popular destination for tourists from all over the world.. Arnhem Land escarpment in the wet season

Image #31. Kakadu National Park Kakadu National Park in the Top End of northern Australia is one of the world's Heritage areas and a popular destination for tourists from all over the world. Arnhem Land escarpment in the wet season - Jim Jim Falls

Image #32. Kakadu National Park Kakadu National Park in the Top End of the Northern Territory - World Heritage area which is popular with tourists and one of the great environmental parks of Australia. During the wet season creeks and rivers flood and areas become isolated - Nourlangie Rock. Pandanus basedowi

Image #33. Kakadu National Park Kakadu National Park in the Top End of the Northern Territory - World Heritage area which is popular with tourists and one of the great environmental parks of Australia. During the wet season creeks and rivers flood and areas become isolated - Nourlangie area - pandanus basedowei

Image #34. Kakadu National Park Kakadu National Park in the Top End of northern Australia is one of the world's Heritage areas and a popular destination for tourists from all over the world. During the wet season creeks and rivers flood and areas become isolated - Nourlangie area. Aboriginal people fishing floodwaters from the Kakadu Highway L to R: Nakita Hardy, Wilson Douglas and Melanie Elgrebud

Image #35. Kakadu National Park A Darter or snake bird holds a small fish in its beak after hunting in a Top End billabong. bird wildlife landscape

Image #36. Kakadu National Park Yellow Water, Kakadu NP

Image #37. Kakadu National Park An airboat travels across the Magella floodplain in Kakadu National Park, looking for weed outbreaks.

Image #38. Kakadu National Park Lilies on a Top End waterway during the northern wet season. kakadu plant flora marine esturine

Image #39. Kakadu National Park Kakadu National Park in the Top End of the Northern Territory - World Heritage area which is popular with tourists and one of the great environmental parks of Australia. During the wet season creeks and rivers flood and areas become isolated - Nourlangie area - grevillea

Image #40. Kakadu National Park Kakadu National Park in the Top End of northern Australia is one of the world's Heritage areas and a popular destination for tourists from all over the world. During the wet season creeks and rivers flood and areas become isolated - rangers use an airboat to search the floodplains for weeds during the wet season - Charlie Whittaker and Fred Hunter (driving). Salvinia in Dja Dja billabong

 

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