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Kakadu National Park holidays

Kakadu National Park is 171 km east of Darwin, located within the Alligator River Region of the Northern Territory of Australia. It covers an area of 4,894,000 acres and is the size of Israel. The name Kakadu comes from the mispronunciation of ‘Gagudju’ which is the name of an Aboriginal language spoken in the northern part of the Park. Kakadu is ecologically and biologically diverse. The main natural features protected within the Park include four major river systems, six major land forms, a remarkable variety and concentration of wildlife.

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