Why go when it is hot, dusty, with too many mosquitoes. And then it is difficult to actually get there. A world heritage status for its landscape and cultural heritage Kakadu is rightly a must do destination, Unique, meserisming, Kakadu is a living link to the ancient identity of Australia that calls to the beat of the didgeridoo. Forget the red powdery dust, it’s all part of your outback experience making you a genuine Aussie. Dust off the Akubra hat, the well-worn tramping boots, find the mosquito repellent and let’s get going.
Kakadu is the largest national park, jointly managed by Parks Australia and the Bininj / Mungguy people. Outback exploration does not come much better than Kakadu.