Travel & Tourism

Additional sites in Kakadu re-opening this Friday

Posted on 24 June, 2020 in Kakadu, Top End Locations

After re-opening Kakadu National Park on the 19th of June in stage 1, we will now be moving to stage 2 this Friday the 26th of June. This next stage allows for camping once again and sees a variety of popular tourist sites back online, including one of our favourites; Ubirr.

What’s open in Kakadu from Friday
26 June?

The full list of what’s open in Kakadu from Friday includes;

South Alligator District

  • Two Mile Hole – camping and day
  • Alligator Billabong track open
    only to high clearance 4WD vehicles to Alligator Billabong from Arnhem
    Highway only. Visitors must exit via Arnhem Highway also. Sites include:
    • Red Lily Billabong (Djunda)
    • Bucket Billabong (Ngarrababa)
    • Alligator Billabong
  • South Alligator boat ramp
  • Mamukala walk and bird hide
  • Kungarre walk

East Alligator District

  • Ubirr
  • Merl 1 – camping and day use
  • Bardedjilidji and Manngarre
  • Upstream and Downstream boat

Burrungkuy (Nourlangie) District

  • Malanbanjbanjdju camping and
    caravan use areas
  • Burdulba camping area
  • Burrungkuy (Nourlangie Rock),
    Anbangbang (walk part-open), Nawurlandja lookout
  • Kubara and Nanguluwurr walks
  • Mirray lookout
  • Djarradjin (Muirella Park)
    camping and boat ramp

Jim District

  • Yellow Water (Ngurrungurrudjba)
    boat ramp
  • Mardukal campsite and boat ramp

River District

  • Gungurul campsite and walks
  • Bukbukluk
  • Yurmikmik (Boulder Creek and
    Motor Car Falls)
  • Kambolgie camping
  • Ferny Gully and Moline Rockhole
    – limited access

Camp managers will be onsite at Mardukal and
Merl and district and park staff will again be patrolling and communicating on
the ground with visitors.

If you’d like to visit Kakadu on a tour from Darwin we’d recommend the 5 Day, Kakadu, Arnhem Land and Cobourg Peninsula Tour, please take a look at the video below. For more information please call (08) 89275500 or email us here.

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