Kakadu National Park is a park filled with rich history and culture. The site is home to the Bininj and Mungguy Aboriginal people for over 65,000 years, the oldest living culture on Earth. The park features wetlands, waterfalls, rock-pools, canyons, mountains, and ancient rock paintings (unique to the area). Kakadu has several walking trails ranging from easy to difficult, and the most famous/best-ranked trail is Ubirr Aboriginal Art Walk. The walk passes through several of Kakadu’s Aboriginal art sites and leads to a charming lookout of the Nadab floodplain. During the wet season, storms rage in, and lightning illuminates and highlights the horizon. The Ubirr Aboriginal Art Walk is a 1km circuit with a 250m climb to the lookout. Make sure to check out Motor Car Falls, Nourlangie and its ancient shelters, Koolpin Gorge, and the several species of birds at Mamukala wetlands. At Mamukala wetlands, you’ll be amazed and fascinated by the magpie geese, kites, comb-crested jacanas, cormorants, willie wagtails, purple swamp hens, finches, and kingfishers that inhabit these wetlands. At Motor Car Falls, discover one of Kakadu’s hidden gems with a 7.5km return hike. The Yurmikmik walks allow you to venture out to the falls. Do these sites interest you? Come visit Kakadu National Park for more!