- Camping equipment
- Pickup from accomodation
- Meals (1x breakfast, 2x lunch, 1x dinner)
WHERE WE VISIT
- Maguk (Barramundi Gorge)
- Nourlangie and Ubirr art sites
- Yellow waters billabong
- Jim Jim Falls
- Bowali Visitors Centre
- National Park Fees $40
- Camp fees of $15
Why do we love this
We love the authentic camping you get to enjoy on this tour! It adds to the outback experience.
WHAT TO EXPECT
Soak in the spectacular waterfalls, wildlife and landmarks of Kakadu as you explore Maguk, Ubirr and Jim Jim Falls!
Tour departs Monday, Wednesday, Saturday - April to September
Day 1: Darwin - Maguk - Nourlangie - Yellow Waters Billabong - Jim Jim Campground
Start your day at 7.00am with pickup from your accommodation. Meet your guide and the rest of the crew before starting your journey into the Top End!
You'll visit Maguk (Barramundi Gorge) and enjoy a 2 km hike around the falls and upper reaches of this rocky gorge. It's a superb spot for swimming and exploring.
You'll also visit Nourlangie art site and experience more than 20,000 years of aboriginal art culture and history. Embark on a 1 km hike through this sacred area learning about the dreamtime and mythology of the spiritual and sorcery art.
Later, it's time to take in Yellow Waters billabong, famous for its abundant birdlife. You'll finish the day with a sunset nature walk and a night drive to Jim Jim campground. Now it's time to experience real bush camping. Set up camp and then dig into a tasty bush bbq with buffalo sausages, chops, fresh salads and more. (Vegetarians also catered for. Please advise any food allergies.)
Day 2: Jim Jim Falls - Darwin
Enjoy some real 4WD action as well as hiking, bushwalking, rock scrambling, and exploring today. There'll also be time for swimming and relaxing at beautiful Jim Jim Falls.
Later, head to Ubirr art site, located on the border of Kakadu and Arnhem land. This area is a treasure of aboriginal paintings. Your guide will share stories and explain the art, some older than the pyramids.
Afterwards, visit the Bowali visitors centre. Designed by the traditional owners of Kakadu this area offers static displays and cultural information on the oldest continuing culture in the world.
After a day full of culture and exploring, you'll head back to Darwin, returning at approximately 6.00pm.
Please note itinerary is subject to change without notice. All accommodation is camping style with limited facilities.