Kakadu Air offer a unique and inspirational flight over Australia’s most Northern Capital, a scenically enlightening sight of a city squeezed onto a peninsular and largely surrounded by an enormous harbor.
Why Fly Kakadu National Park?
Kakadu is 19804 sq kilometers in size, Metropolitan Sydney is 12145 kilometers in size (Wikipedia) yet because of unsuitable terrain Kakadu National Park has few roads.
If you drove every road and track in Kakadu, you would see less than 1% of the park. The existing roads by necessity avoid the massive flood plains and rock country, passing instead mostly through heavily wooded savannah forests, the trees denying any form of overview.
Often visitors have a perception of what Kakadu might look like, this based on television documentaries, books and brochures, and is understandable as the authors most often use aircraft to get the images you see, however on ground the forest veils the sights we expect to see. A Kakadu Air scenic flight rises above all, allowing views that will forever fulfill or perhaps even challenge your perception of this timeless land.
Kakadu and neighbouring West Arnhem Land is a spectacular panorama of changing landscapes, as vast and varied as ancient sandstone plateau, edged with dramatic escarpments, trapped wet season waters form rivers, tumble from the plateau in spectacular waterfalls, then thrust a winding path seaward, flanked by billabongs, floodplains forest, all impossible to see from the ground.
Ratings & Reviews
Darwin Air Terminal located at 2 Bonney Court Darwin - Open / Closed
- SUN open
- MON open
- TUE open
- WED open
- THU open
- FRI open
- SAT open
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