Kakadu and Arnhem Land
Kakadu and Arnhem Land Accommodation.
Internationally recognised, the World Heritage listed Kakadu National Park is one of the nation's most prized cultural and ecological treasures.
The Crocodile Hotel in Jabiru offers some of the most unique accommodation Within this culturally rich, ancient landscape there are a selection of hotel and resort accommodation well situated to take advantage of the tours of Kakadu National Park.
From Darwin, the 19,000 sq km national park is just 257 kilometres along the fully sealed Arnhem Highway. The name Kakadu is from the Gagudju speaking people, a language used in the northern parts of the area at the beginning of the 20th century.
Today however, there are three major languages spoken within the park. These are Gundjeihmi/Mauali, Kunwinjku and Jason. The shelters, stone tools, grindstones and ochre indicate that Aboriginal people have lived in the vicinity now defined by the National Park in excess of 50,000 years.
Kakadu is a truly unique place well worthy of a visit.