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Jabiru is located within the World Heritage listed Kakadu National Park. It is friendly and relaxed town surrounded by some of the most beautiful scenery in Australia. Despite its location deep in Kakadu, there are plenty of services provided in Jabiru. Don't miss other fantastic Kakadu attractions like ancient Aboriginal rock paintings, natural pools, waterfalls and beautiful rock formations. If you are travelling through the Northern Territory be sure to stop in at the only Australian town situated within a national park.
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Kakadu Lodge offers unpowered sites, powered sites and wide range of cabins. It is located along Jabiru Drive, within the World Heritage listed Kakadu National Park allowing is visitors to enjoy so much natural beauty. Its campsite facilities include barbecue facilities, bar, camp kitchen, car parking spaces, communal kitchen, communal refrigerator, cots, ice, iron, kiosk, laundry, shop, restaurant, tour desk, public telephone and outdoor swimming pool.
Lakeview Park Kakadu is located at 27 Lakeside Drive in Jabiru. The site offers its guests the benefit of enjoying more of nature. Its campsite facilities are a barbecue area, car parking spaces, vehicle wash facilities, cots, iron, laundry, library, tour desk and public telephone. Ensuite van site, bush bungalow, double room and two-bedroom cabin are the types of accommodation that it offers.
Barrk Sandstone Walk can be reached via Nourlangie Rock Road. It is a challenging walking trail that allows visitors to see the splendor of Kakadu's sandstone country with various lookout points. Chestnut quilled rock pigeon and black wallaroos are just some of the interesting wildlife in the area.
Bowali Visitor Centre lies on Kakadu Highway in Jabiru. Going through the visitor centre is highly recommended for any first time visitors to Kakadu National Park. The venue showcases interesting visual presentations, Aboriginal arts and crafts and books detailing the importance of the region. The site has ample car parking spaces, public toilet, shaded areas, bicycle rack and a cafe.
Gubara is located nearby Nourlangie Rock Road. The site offers six kilometres of picturesque walks that featuring rich flora and fauna, a shady monsoon forest pool and impressive sandstone cliffs. Butterflies are usually spotted around the pool. Bird watching, bushwalking, swimming and walking are popular activities at the site.
Gunlom Plunge Pool is located in Kakadu National Park's Waterfall Creek. The pool sits 200 kilometers south of Jabiru and is popular for its impressive combination of a natural plunge pool and waterfall. An access fee applies in Kakadu National Park for people over 16 years of age. Barbecuing, camping, swimming and walking are the popular activities within the site.
Kakadu National Park is Australia's largest and perhaps most renowned World Heritage listed national park. It covers around 7,646 square miles of land, making it almost the size of Slovenia. The park's highlights include its diverse flora and fauna, four prime river systems, historic sites and the Aboriginal culture that flourishes within it. Visitors can enjoy viewing Aboriginal rock art, camping, swimming, bush walking, fishing, and bird-watching.