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Discover the rugged beauty, history and culture of Australia when you visit Cooinda. Located within the world heritage listed Kakadu National Park, the small town sits on the banks of Yellow Water Billabong. The area is famous for the hundreds of migratory birds that can be seen at the billabong, and the picturesque cruises to try and spot a saltwater crocodile. There are plenty of opportunities in Cooinda to discover the ancient stories of the Aboriginal traditional landowners, and purchasing high-quality local made artworks. Treat yourself to a campervan rental in Cooinda, and enjoy spending time among the unique plants and wildlife.
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Gagudju Lodge Cooinda is located at Kakadu Highway in Cooinda. The lodge is surrounded by the beautiful scenery of Kakadu National Park and is close to renowned Yellow Water Billabong. It is conveniently nearby the Visitor Information Centre. The accommodations that it offers are unpowered sites, powered sites, backpacker rooms, lodge room and bungalows. Its campsite facilities include an ATM/Automatic Teller Machine, bar, barbecue facilities, car park, child pool, communal kitchen, cots, entertainment, gas, high chair, ice, kiosk, laundry, outdoor furniture, playground, satellite television, restaurant, room service, outdoor swimming pool, safety deposit box, shop, walking tracks and tour desk.
Warradjan Cultural Centre lies along Kakadu Highway in Jabiru. The items featured in the centre were put together by the people of Badmardi, Bunitj, Girrimbitjba, Manilakarr, Mirrar Gundjeihmi, Murumburr, Wargol and many other Australian Aboriginal traditional land owner clans. The unique exhibits tell the story of their culture and history. The Bininj culture, blood lines, hunting techniques of different clans, marriage rights, tribal elder stories and more can be unraveled at the Warradjan Cultural Centre. The venue is open from 09:00 a.m. to 05:00 p.m.
Yellow Water sits about 7.5 kilometers off of the Kakadu Highway in Jabiru. It lies within the Kakadu National Park and is hailed as one of the the region's most popular landmarks. The billabong is abundant with flora and fauna. Mangroves and paperbark forest grow around the water, and animals like saltwater crocodiles, buffalos, wild horses and millions of migratory birds also live within it. Yellow Water is open everyday 24 hours.