Kakadu Wet Season Tours

Kakadu Wet Season Tours

Kakadu Wet Season Tours

Depart Darwin November to April Mondays, Wednesday and Friday – see the mighty storms and best of the wet !!

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Kakadu Wet Season Tours includes Two Scenic Flights – explore Kakadu then fly into Arnhem Land on this truly unique wet season tour. Marvel at wet season water falls, and thunderstorms, travel into Kakadu National Park visiting Nourlangie, Nawalandja Lookout and Mamukala Wetlands. Enjoy a spectacular scenic flight into Arnhem Land and be met by a local Aboriginal guide for a private 4WD tour of the Gunbalanya Aboriginal community. Visit the renowned Injalak Aboriginal Art and Craft Centre before embarking on a rock art tour with your local guide.

Kakadu Wet Season Tour Storm
Kakadu Wet Season Tour Storm
Arnhem Land Wet Season Art Tour
Arnhem Land Wet Season Art Tour
Kakadu Wet Season Rivers Tour
Kakadu Wet Season Rivers Tour








Kakadu And Arnhem Land Wet Season 4WD Tours Details

DAY 1 (L, D)08:00 Depart Darwin for a 2 day tour of Kakadu National Park and Arnhem Land. Travel via Fogg Dam and the Adelaide River Wetlands, the wetland and floodplains of the region are home to many species of birds, mammals and reptiles.Continue on along the Arnhem Highway past giant termite mounds before a comfort stop at the historical Bark Hut Inn. Next we will journey into the world heritage listed Kakadu National Park – Kakadu is one of the few places in the world listed for both its cultural and natural values. After crossing the South Alligator River, a huge tidal river system we will stop at the Bowali Visitor and Information Centre. Bowali provides visitors with a wealth of information and displays on the Park and its habitats. Depart Bowali and enjoy a picnic lunch before exploring Nourlangie Rock.Nourlangie is an ancient Aboriginal rock art and occupation site. Aboriginal people have inhabited this area for thousands of years, sheltering under Nourlangie Rock and utilising the natural resources around them. The results of this occupation can still clearly be seen and understood today with the various rock paintings of animals, people and spirits. Your guide will give detailed explanations of the stories behind the rock art and the surrounding area.
A short drive from Nourlangie takes us to the Nawalandja Lookout. From here you get a spectacular view throughout Kakadu and over into the Arnhem Land escarpment country.Enjoy the changing colours on Nourlangie and the escarpment in the background with the possibility of experiencing one of nature’s greatest light shows known by the locals as ‘Lightning Dreaming’ before making our way into Jabiru. Tonight’s accommodation is at the Lakeview Bush Bungalows.Overnight: Lakeview Bush Bungalows, Jabiru.
DAY 2 (B, L)This morning after breakfast we will depart Jabiru for a truly memorable and unique day. From the Jabiru airport we join a spectacular scenic flight across the Arnhem Land escarpment and East Alligator region into Arnhem Land and the Aboriginal community of Gunbalanya.Upon arrival at Gunbalanya we will be met by a local Aboriginal guide who will welcome us before giving us a special tour throughout the community and its surrounds.Gunbalanya is steeped in history from ancient Aboriginal culture, dreaming and rock art to the more recent history of buffalo shooters and early missionaries.

This morning we will visit one of the community’s important rock art sites where you will learn the story of ‘Dog Dreaming’. Relax as your guide shares and interprets the stories of his ancestors and helps you to understand the meaning behind this ancient tradition.

Next we will visit the renowned Injalak Arts and Craft Centre where you will have the opportunity to meet with traditional artists from the community. Artists produce paintings on both bark and paper in a style renowned to western Arnhem Land. Weavings of the highest quality are also produced along with didgeridoos and carvings which you have the opportunity to purchase.

After lunch we will say goodbye to our hosts and reboard a plane for the scenic flight back to Jabiru. From Jabiru we will begin making our way back towards Darwin along the Arnhem Highway making various stops along the way, including a visit to the Mamukala Wetlands.

Return to Darwin approximately 18:30pm

01 November 2011 – 30 April 2012 (excluding 20 December – 31 January as Injalak Art Centre will be closed – alternative touring can be arranged on request)

Rainbow Bee Eater kakadu wet season tour
Rainbow Bee Eater Kakadu tour

Kakadu Wet Season Tour


  • Professional guide/driver
  • Luxury Landcruiser vehicle
  • Accommodation (Twin share)
  • Meals as stated (B-breakfast, L-lunch, D-dinner)
  • Kakadu and Arnhem Land scenic flights
  • Arnhem Land permit fees
  • Aboriginal guide fee
  • Injalak Art Centre visit
  • Kakadu National Park Entrance Fee
  • Kakadu activities


  • Alcohol
  • Pre/post Tour Accommodation

Cost per person is: AUD $990.00 – Single Supplement: AUD $105.00 –   No child rate available
Minimum of 4 passengers required to operate, maximum of 10.
All of the above is subject to availability and valid until 30 April .

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Dry Season tours – see Kimberley, Kakadu & Top End Tours