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A full-day Kakadu National Park tour from Jabiru
Visit some of the iconic filming sites from Crocodile Dundee 1 & 2
See remarkable rock art
Learn about indigenous culture
Deepen your understanding of this ancient & sacred land
A delicious picnic lunch & afternoon tea
Transport onboard a Toyota Prado
Intimate tour with maximum of 6 passengers per vehicle
Convenient return transfers from selected Jabiru accommodation
What to Expect
Take a trip to Kakadu National Park and follow the trail of Mick Dundee from the iconic Australian movies Crocodile Dundee and Crocodile Dundee 2. These locations are known in the movie as the Never Never Land (Jabawonga).
The adventure begins with hotel pick-ups in Jabiru, travelling on board a comfortable Toyota Prado, which fits up to six passengers. The first stop is a 40 min drive north through open woodland savanna and vast floodplains as you head into escarpment country.
Once here, you'll walk through to see some of the Aboriginal rock art. Your guide will explain some of the ancient art, giving you a more in-depth insight into the culture and history of the region.
When you reach the top of the escarpment, which is a moderate climb, you will see where Mick points down to where he got attacked by the croc – The Rapid River, as he calls it.
You'll enjoy an early lunch from this location, which includes roast chicken, potato and fresh garden salads, fruit juice, tea or coffee. Iced water is supplied to refill your water bottles.
After lunch, go in search of that big croc with a short drive to The East Alligator River, which separates Arnhemland and Kakadu. Here you can get some "snappy" shots of the local crocodiles. Increasing numbers move into the area towards the end of the dry season (July-October).
Then another short drive later, you'll go for walk through spectacular sandstone outcrops, caves and past a small billabong along the edge of the East Alligator River. This will take you to the location where Mick Dundee gave reporter Sue Charlton the job of keeping an eye on the tied-up bad guys.
Enjoy a light afternoon snack while here before making the journey back to Jabiru.
Guests will also need to ensure they purchase a Kakadu National Park pass and carry it with them at all times.
Frequently Asked Questions
Kakadu Park Pass (Not included, you'll need to purchase online)
Min 1 litre drink bottle
hat & sunscreen
Loose clothing and comfy walking shoes
Your guide will carry iced water, a satellite phone, and first aid kits on board at all times
A minimum of 2 passengers is required to make a booking
It is a condition of booking this tour that you take out appropriate travel insurance
The itinerary may change or may not run at all, due to Seasonal changes over the wet season for accessibility to some sites
If you cancel your booking either through failure to pay the balance due or for any other reason, The Operator may charge a cancellation fee calculated as follows:
- More than 14 days before departure: loss of deposit
- Between 7 and 14 days before departure 60% of the trip cost
- Between 3 and 7 days before departure 80% of the trip cost
- 2 days or less before departure (or failure to join the trip) 100 % of the trip cost.
The above dates refer to the date that The Operator receives notice of cancellation from you.
Cancellations after booking confirmation will attract a 12.5% administration fee
An amendment fee of $25.00 will be charged per itinerary change
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