Undiscovered Kakadu National Park: NT’s Heritage Listed Beauty
AWOL’s ‘Undiscovered’ series goes off the beaten track of major cities in Australia and the world, exploring the sides less seen.
This episode takes us to Kakadu National Park less than two hours out of Darwin, it is a World Heritage-listed area by UNESCO for its natural and cultural values. Hike through the tropical forest then find a perfect spot for a swim at Maguk Gorge. The park is home to over 250 different species of bird, as well as the world’s largest salt water crocs. Perfect for those looking for their next adventure, this is the ideal trip to explore one of Australia’s natural wonders.