How much does it cost to get into Kakadu National Park?

How much does it cost to get into Kakadu National Park?

In the tropical summer (1 November to 14 May), an adult pass will cost $25. In the dry season (15 May to 31 October), an adult pass will cost $40. Kakadu will remain free for Territorians, all year round.

Do you have to pay to go to Kakadu National Park?

Park passes are free for Northern Territory residents.

Is Kakadu Open 2021?

Luckily, Kakadu is open for visitors, with these following rules and regulations in place to make this national park a COVID-19 safe attraction.

Are Australian national parks free?

As a very loose ‘rule of thumb’, national parks in the Northern Territory, Queensland and Victoria are usually free to enter at the present time. In Western Australia and South Australia, most national parks require a permit. And in Tasmania, all national parks require a permit.

Can you stay overnight at national parks?

You can vacation in the parks by staying in hotels every night, but it takes more planning and money than camping and allows less freedom. The attractive hotels in the parks generally have to be reserved far in advance for the summer season.

Can you do Kakadu without a tour?

It’s true, you can drive to Kakadu National Park in any conventional vehicle and you will even be able to visit some of the park’s many attractions. However, if you would like to see some of the most popular attractions, such as Jim Jim and Twin Falls, you will need a 4WD.

How many days should I spend in Kakadu?

three days
Ideally three days are required, though seven days or more will reward you with an experience that you will never forget. We have come up with some itineraries that will help you build your ‘Kakadu Experience’.

How much does it cost to visit Kakadu National Park?

Kakadu park use fee – From April 2016 Kakadu National Park will be $40, to help manage the natural and cultural values of the park environment and improve visitor services. The fee (which is inclusive of GST) will apply to all interstate and international visitors aged 16 years and over. Kakadu and Uluru park pass prices – July 2016

When do Booderee and Kakadu National Parks close?

The Australian Government has announced that park entry fees will be waived for visitors to Uluru-Kata Tjuta, Kakadu and Booderee National Parks from 16 March to 31 December 2020.

When do Kakadu tourist vouchers go on sale?

Tastes of Kakadu is back and better than ever with a huge range of cultural and culinary events. We’re pleased to announce that the newly-refurbished Warradjan Aboriginal Cultural Centre has re-opened! The Territory Tourism Vouchers are back for a third and final round! Registrations open on 1 February 2021 at 8pm.

Which is the best place to stay in Kakadu?

Kakadu Tourism operates accommodation including Mercure Kakadu Crocodile Hotel and Cooinda Lodge and Camping Grounds, as well as Yellow Water Cruises and… Message sticks are used to send messages to other people.