Visit Kakadu's ancient rock art galleries and enjoy bushwalking in unspoiled country, swim in clear waters at the base of towering red ochre escarpment cliffs, cruise on a tranquil billabong full of saltwater crocodiles, and perhaps visit Arnhem Land to view Aboriginal rock art galleries, with an Aboriginal Guide on hand to provide explanation and interpretation.
Kakadu Helicopter Safaris
Kakadu Helicopter Safaris, Australia
A Kakadu Helicopter Safari is one of the world’s most amazing experiences. Imagine skimming over vast wetlands, landing on isolated beaches miles from anywhere, or swimming in clear fresh water pools fed by waterfalls since time immemorial.
Kakadu Helicopter Safaris offer ‘luxurious’ outback touring to some of the most isolated and stunning regions stretching from Kakadu World Heritage National Park and Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory to the remote Kimberley region of Western Australia. Safaris can range from one to eight nights, a customised package can be created to suit a range of experiences – all in luxury and style.
You will have the opportunity to meet some of the unique characters that have made their life on cattle stations the size of some European countries. Amidst all this wonder is one of the most ancient cultures in the world; people whose ingenuity has seen them survive in one of the most beautiful but harshest of landscapes. The Aboriginal way of life continues to this day; their rock art and nomadic lifestyle testament to a culture dating hundreds of thousands of years.
Whether you want to catch barramundi, visit cultural art centre’s, canoe through remote ecosystems, visit working cattle stations, cruise through wetlands or come face-to-face with spectacular waterfalls – Kakadu Helicopter Safaris can get you there in memorable style.
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Other experiences in Kakadu National Park
These activities are designed to give you the most authentic experiences around where you're staying. We work with local guides, who use their knowledge and often a resident's eye to show you the main sights and more out-of-the-way attractions. Our specialists can suggest tours and activities, such as cooking classes, that will introduce you to the local ways of life.
The large landlocked billabong Yellow Water gained its name from the algal bloom found floating on its surface and has become renowned for the abundant wildlife and birdlife that flock to these floodplains.