The largest national park of Australia, (20,000 square kilometres) the Kakadu National Park is known both for its natural beauty and cultural values. Originally an aboriginal land, the Kakadu National Park is today managed by Parks Australia using traditional ways and modern science.
One can enjoy bird watching, croc spotting, fishing and boating in the park. Various events like A Taste of Kakadu, Kakadu Bird Week and Mahbilil Festival is conducted in the park to attract more visitors. The park also has various cafes and restaurants apart from shops thus making it an ideal place worth visiting.
The park's website is a great place to learn about this amazing biodiverse national park.