We have partnered with Kakadu Tourism to give away a bucket-list holiday to UNESCO World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park, valued at over $3600!
It’s your chance to immerse yourself in the world’s oldest Indigenous culture and to see and feel the spirit of Kakadu National Park. With spectacular vistas, rugged escarpments, lush rainforest, abundant wildlife and rock art galleries up to 20,000 years old, Kakadu will take your breath away.
Read the general competition terms and conditions before you enter. The winner must travel between 1 April 2024 and 30 April 2025, subject to availability and excluding school holidays.
Entries will close at 11.59pm AEDT on 31 March 2024.
This holiday for two includes:
– Two nights at Mercure Kakadu Crocodile Hotel
– Two nights in a Yellow Water Villa at Cooinda Lodge
– A Yellow Water Cruise for two
– Breakfast each morning
Enter for your chance to immerse yourself in the world’s oldest Indigenous culture.
About the prize
This four-night Kakadu adventure invites you to experience the northern, central and southern parts of Kakadu National Park no matter what the season. With Ubirr, Mamukala Wetlands, Marrawuddi Art Gallery and Bowali Visitor Centre in the north, Nourlangie (Burrungkuy) rock art and lookout, Warradjan Aboriginal Cultural Centre and Yellow Water Billabong in the centre, and Jim Jim Falls, Twin Falls, Maguk and Yurmikmik walks in the south.
Kakadu will take your breath away. (Image: Tourism NT/Emilie Ristevski)
Mercure Kakadu Crocodile Hotel
Kakadu’s ‘friendliest’ crocodile, “The Croc” is one of the best accommodation options in Kakadu and is situated in the township of Jabiru making it the perfect base to start exploring many of Kakadu’s most significant natural attractions such as Ubirr, Nourlangie, Cahills Crossing and Mamukala Wetlands.
The Mercure Kakadu Crocodile Hotel is the perfect oasis for relaxing in-between discovery tours around Kakadu.
Cool off in the large outdoor pool, the perfect oasis for relaxing in-between discovery tours around Kakadu before feasting on Kakadu bush tucker and gourmet dining at the Escarpment Restaurant and Bar. A collection of Indigenous art including paintings and didgeridoos is located in the onsite gallery and displayed in the lobby and interior walls. A selection of these locally made artworks are available for purchase.
“The Croc” is Kakadu’s ‘friendliest’ crocodile.
Yellow Water Villas, Cooinda Lodge
The new and luxurious Yellow Water Villas are located at Cooinda Lodge, nestled under a rich canopy of trees, where each of the Yellow Water Villas balances luxury with a commitment to environmental sustainability. Each of the five villas offers luxurious bedding, full air-conditioning, an ensuite bathroom, a private balcony with BBQ and bath, and an Indigenous-themed interior design so that you can immerse yourself in this wonderland of nature.
The new and luxurious Yellow Water Villas are located at Cooinda Lodge.
Yellow Water Villa guests have access to all of the Cooinda Lodge facilities including the swimming pools, restaurant, bar, service station, tour desk, convenience store and more.
Yellow Water Villas balances luxury with a commitment to environmental sustainability.
Yellow Water Cruise
Embark on the ultimate wilderness experience when you cruise Yellow Water Billabong. The Indigenous-owned Yellow Water Cruises takes you on a discovery tour through the rich wildlife, dramatic scenery and ever-changing landscape of the world-famous Yellow Water Billabong.
Yellow Water Cruises has exclusive use of Yellow Water Billabong.
Sunrise to sunset, the cruise winds its way through distinct ecosystems of Yellow Water Billabong and tributaries of the South Alligator River.
Yellow Water Cruises has exclusive use of Yellow Water Billabong operating year-round with up to six cruises a day of either 90 or 120 minutes. The sunrise and sunset cruise are very popular and advance bookings are recommended. Many people take more than one cruise during their stay to see the changes in the wildlife at different times of the day.
Explore the dramatic scenery and ever-changing landscape of Yellow Water Billabong.
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