Exploring Australia’s Kakadu National Park (part 1)

One of Australia’s top national parks is the Kakadu National Park. The park is located in the Northern Territory, one of the countries’ states, some 200 kilometers east of the town of Darwin.

Crorcodile in Kakadu National Park

The park is also one of the world’s best-known park. The park became famous when it was featured in the 1986 movie, “Crocodile Dundee,” starring Australia’s very own, Paul Hogan.

Ubirr Rock-Kakadu National Park

Since then, people from all over the world had been flocking to the park, to see its natural wonders.

Moreover, the park is the ancestral home to the Aborigine peoples called the Gagjudju. In the late 1970’s, the land was leased by the tribe to the Australian National Parks and Wildlife Services.

Sunrise in Kakadu National Park

Also, in that time period, the park became a national park and was designated as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

Kakadu from the Air

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