Tour Kakadu in Australia’s Top End
Kakadu National Park is Australia’s largest national park. It is one of only a few World Heritage sites listed by the UNESCO for its outstanding natural beauty and diversity, as well as for its exceptional cultural values.
Come along for the ride and share our love for Kakadu’s abundant plants and wildlife, its ancient landscapes, and its living Aboriginal culture. Make your journey to Kakadu National Park a truly unforgettable experience!
Join Top End Explorer Tours on a 4 wheel-drive adventure and discover Kakadu’s breathtakingly beautiful Jim Jim Falls and Twin Falls.
Tours operate in the dry season and the first stage of the wet season only, generally from the months of June to November, conditions permitting. Come the deluges of the ‘wet’, vast areas of Kadadu become inaccessible by road.
Experience the rugged beauty of this restricted access area in Kakadu’s escarpment country. Spectacular rocky cliffs, cascades and deep waterholes, diverse and rare flora and fauna, a stunning place of high cultural significance.
4WD day tours depart twice weekly during Wurrgeng and Gurrung
(dry season, as long as temperatures permit) every Monday and Thursday, from Jabiru and Cooinda.
Join us for a bushwalk to some lesser known, yet equally stunning destinations in the early dry season. Check out the possibilities Yegge (late April to mid June, cooler, but still humid) offers in our photo album!
Let us personalise your experience of Kakadu!
We are available year-round, conditions permitting, for tailor-made private charters and small group travel in Kakadu National Park.