KAKADU NATIONAL PARK
Kakadu is just 90 minutes south-east of Darwin, and the national park has been classified as a UNESCO human heritage and natural site, covering around 20,000sq km. This is a great place to get an insight into the unique environment, taking in a trip down the East Alligator River, past a landscape of semi-tropical trees. Of course there are no alligators here, only
crocodiles – and they’re best seen from a distance!