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Jabiru 30 minute Scenic Flight

Jabiru 30 minute Scenic Flight - Kakadu, Australia

Duration: 30 minutes
Location: Kakadu, Australia

From USD
$108.67

Best seen from the air, enjoy aerial views over the World Heritage Listed Kakadu National park on a 30 minute scenic flight departing from Jabiru. There is so much to see on this affordable fun flight from ancient escarpments to winding rivers and spectacular 1.8 billion years of continuous erosion ... More info ›

Best seen from the air, enjoy aerial views over the World Heritage Listed Kakadu National park on a 30 minute scenic flight departing from Jabiru. There is so much to see on this affordable fun flight from ancient escarpments to winding rivers and spectacular 1.8 billion years of continuous erosion. The highlights of this flight include The Archway, Arnhem Land escarpment's, East Alligator Valley, Mikinj Valley Billabongs and Magela flood plains. This flight includes recorded and live commentary from your pilot as you fly through these spectacular ancient lands.

Make your own way or request a free transfer to Jabiru Airport 30-35 minutes prior to your departure time. You will be met at the Kakadu Air reception by our friendly team ready to check you in for your flight. 
A short safety briefing will be held before taking to the skies on your 30 minute scenic flight. 
With a guaranteed window seat on all our flights sit back and take in the majesty of Australia's largest National Park whilst absorbing the informative commentary. 
Highlights of this flight include The Archway, Arnhem Land escarpment's, East Alligator Valley, Mikinj Valley Billabongs and Magela flood plains.
After your flight browse Jabiru's largest souvenir store with a 20% discount offered to all Kakadu Air passengers.

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Jabiru 60 minute Scenic Flight

Jabiru 60 minute Scenic Flight - Kakadu, Australia

Duration: 60 minutes
Location: Kakadu, Australia

From USD
$181.12

Best seen from the air, enjoy aerial views over the World Heritage Listed Kakadu National park on a 60 minute scenic flight departing from Jabiru.
Kakadu is a region of changing landscapes, impressive land forms, dynamic ecosystems and rugged wilderness ... More info ›

Best seen from the air, enjoy aerial views over the World Heritage Listed Kakadu National park on a 60 minute scenic flight departing from Jabiru.
Kakadu is a region of changing landscapes, impressive land forms, dynamic ecosystems and rugged wilderness. To gain a real appreciation and see untouched lands, a scenic flight is a must. 
You will enjoy  unique views as you explore Australia's largest National Park.

This flight includes recorded and live commentary from your pilot as you fly through these spectacular ancient lands.

Make your own way or request a free transfer to arrive at Jabiru Airport 30-35 minutes prior to your departure time.

You will be met at the Kakadu Air reception by our friendly team ready to check you in for your flight.

A short safety briefing will be held before taking to the skies on your 60 minute scenic flight. 

With a guaranteed window seat on all our flights sit back and take in the majesty of Australia's largest National Park whilst absorbing the informative commentary. 

Kakadu enjoys two major climatic seasons, the "Wet" and the "Dry" season. Commencement and termination of Wet & Dry seasons by month for our flights are determined by the weather.  If you are visiting in a transitional period E.G November/ May and you have your heart set on a certain flight path, it is best to contact the Kakadu team direct to confirm.

Dry season (approx June - November) Passing the Ranger Uranium Mine across to Dinosaur Valley, fly through Upper East Alligator Valley viewing deep fault lines, view the outliers created from erosion, then follow the twists and turns of the stunning East Alligator River, turning home over the mosaic Magela floodplains, with one last view of Jabiru Town to see the famous Crocodile Hotel

Wet Season -  Heading south, passing the Ranger Uranium Mine, across Mt Brockman and along the escarpment to “Lightning Dreaming. After crossing Deaf Adder Gorge, we take in the beautiful Double Falls, a spectacular waterfall in Kakadu. Fly across the Arnhem Plateau until it drops away to reveal breathtaking Jim Jim and Twin Falls.

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Cooinda 60 minute Scenic Flight

Cooinda 60 minute Scenic Flight - Kakadu, Australia

Duration: 60 minutes
Location: Kakadu, Australia

From USD
$181.12

Best seen from the air, enjoy aerial views over the World Heritage Listed Kakadu National park on a 60 minute scenic flight departing from Cooinda Lodge.
Cooinda is located very near the South Alligator River and adjacent to the world acclaimed Yellow Water Billabong ... More info ›

Best seen from the air, enjoy aerial views over the World Heritage Listed Kakadu National park on a 60 minute scenic flight departing from Cooinda Lodge.
Cooinda is located very near the South Alligator River and adjacent to the world acclaimed Yellow Water Billabong. What you don’t see from the ground is Yellow Water feeding into the tidal South Alligator River and the amazing colour variations of many more floodplains as the river winds seaward.
Kakadu is a region of changing landscapes, impressive land forms, dynamic ecosystems and rugged wilderness. To gain a real appreciation and see untouched lands, a scenic flight is a must. 
You will enjoy unique views as you explore Australia's largest National Park.

This flight includes recorded and live commentary from your pilot as you fly through these spectacular ancient lands.

Make your own way to Cooinda Lodge Reception 30-35 minutes prior to your departure time.

You will be met by your Kakadu Air pilot ready to check you in for your flight.

A short safety briefing will be held before taking to the skies on your 60 minute scenic flight. 

With a guaranteed window seat on all our flights sit back and take in the majesty of Australia's largest National Park whilst absorbing the informative commentary. 

Kakadu enjoys two major climatic seasons, the "Wet" and the "Dry" season. Commencement and termination of Wet & Dry seasons by month for our flights are determined by the weather.  If you are visiting in a transitional period E.G November/ May and you have your heart set on a certain flight path, it is best to contact the Kakadu team direct to confirm.

Dry season (approx June - November) View Jim Jim creek before Deaf Adder Valley, see the sacred site of Lightning Dreaming, then onto Arnhem Land Plateau, Mt Brockman, Ranger Mine, and Jabiru Town to see the famous Crocodile hotel. The art site of Nourlangie Rock is next, finishing with the Permanent waterholes, the windy South Alligator River, Floodplains and stunning Tributary.

Wet Season -  (approx December - May) Heading over Jim Jim Creek to the magnificent Twin and Jim Jim Falls, view the Arnhem Land Plateau on your way to Double Falls. See amazing variation in land forms over Deaf Adder Valley, Hole in wall, Lightning Dreaming and Nourlangie Rock. Flying home over dreaming waters (Deep water billabong), floodplains and the spectacular South Alligator River.

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Yellow Water Cruise, Kakadu

Yellow Water Cruise, Kakadu - Kakadu, Australia

Duration: 1.5 to 2 hrs
Location: Kakadu, Australia

From USD
$52.16

The Indigenous owned Yellow Water Cruises takes you on a discovery tour through the world famous Yellow Water Billabong. Operating year round, sunrise to sunset, the cruise winds its way through distinct ecosystems of Yellow Water Billabong and tributaries of the South Alligator River.

Wildlife
About one third of Australia's bird species are represented in Kakadu National Park, with at least 60 species found in the wetlands ... More info ›

The Indigenous owned Yellow Water Cruises takes you on a discovery tour through the world famous Yellow Water Billabong. Operating year round, sunrise to sunset, the cruise winds its way through distinct ecosystems of Yellow Water Billabong and tributaries of the South Alligator River.

Wildlife
About one third of Australia's bird species are represented in Kakadu National Park, with at least 60 species found in the wetlands. Whistling Ducks and Magpie Geese are the most abundant. Eagles can be seen hovering searching for prey, and at times you will see distinctive Jabirus and may even get to see Brolgas dancing. There are plenty of crocodiles in their natural habitat, and buffalo on the floodplains.

The Experience
Yellow Water Cruises has exclusive use of Yellow Water Billabong. It operates year round and provides up to six cruises a day of 90 or 120 minute duration. The sunrise and sunset cruise are very popular and advance bookings are recommended. Many people undertake more than one cruise during their stay to see the changes in the wildlife at different times of the day. The cruises offer a year-round spectacle, with the different seasons providing a rich and ever-changing vista.

Your Guide
All guides are experienced and are ticketed with the Kakadu Knowledge and are often supported by our Indigenous guides who are taught the secrets of Kakadu by tribal elders. They can give fascinating insights into how the Bininj people use the flora and fauna to support their way of life and the remarkable life cycle of the region’s most famous wildlife, such as the crocodiles and eagles.

A Yellow Water Cruise is the best way to experience the wetlands of Kakadu and it will be an experience remembered for a lifetime.

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Footprints of Kakadu 4WD Tour

Footprints of Kakadu 4WD Tour - Kakadu, Australia

Duration: 10 to 11.5 hrs
Location: Kakadu, Australia

From USD
$158.66

Sit back and relax as your guide takes you through the southern end of the world heritage listed Kakadu National Park.

The Adventure Tour offers 4WD all day tours during the shoulder and dry seasons in Kakadu. Flexible itineraries change according to access and time of the year ... More info ›

Sit back and relax as your guide takes you through the southern end of the world heritage listed Kakadu National Park.

The Adventure Tour offers 4WD all day tours during the shoulder and dry seasons in Kakadu. Flexible itineraries change according to access and time of the year. The tour has a modern fleet of 4WDs and meals and refreshments are provided throughout the day. 

The tour includes a visit to the world famous Gunlom Falls and the stunning Ikoymarrwa Rock Pool. Finish the day with drinks and canapes by a private billabong.  Footprints of Kakadu operates from mid-June to mid-October subject to accessibility and road conditions.

Note: This tour is only suitable for people with a high level of fitness and who are surefooted, fit and agile.
Not suitable for children under 8 or adults with a medical condition.

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