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Kakadu Lodge - Jabiru Hotels

Kakadu Lodge

Jabiru Drive, Jabiru - Map
"Lovely pool and needed in the troplcs"
The meal was served outside around the pool and the setting was fantastic. Unfortunately the flies ruined the meal.
Traveller from sydney
Mercure Kakadu Crocodile Hotel - Jabiru Hotels

Mercure Kakadu Crocodile Hotel

1 Flinders Street, Jabiru - Map
"Iconic Hotel in kakadu"
Stayed 2 nights, comfortable room and very pleasant helpful staff
Traveller from Adelaide
Aurora Kakadu - Kakadu Hotels

Aurora Kakadu

Arnhem Highway, Kakadu - Map
"Big groups"
Great room where all 5 of us could stay. Very dated particularly the bathrooms but great value for money! Great pool and awesome food in the bar!
Traveller from Darwin
Kakadu Lodge Cooinda Managed By Accor - Kakadu Hotels

Kakadu Lodge Cooinda Managed By Accor

Kakadu Highway,Jim Jim, Kakadu - Map
"Good option"
For such a remote location (though close to Yellow Water), this was a good hotel. Service was not great, however - room cleaning was performed by a single staff member, meaning that sometimes it wasn't cleaned until late afternoon (which was only an issue because it was so hot in the afternoon we would often retreat to our airconditioned room. This is probably a function of short staffing, which was also the case when it came to ordering food/drinks during peak times. The food was great (albeit expensive, especially when buying lunch which was just a more limited version of the dinner menu with the same prices - mains from $27-$40) - good variety of choices and good quality. Mimi was closed, however, we could still sit inside where it was airconditioned which was very welcoming, so I am not sure what the other reviewers are complaining about. The pools were a nice way to safely cool of without fear of crocs!
Traveller from Melbourne

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    Accommodation In Kakadu National Park

    Steeped in thousands of years of history, Kakadu is a place where nature’s diversity has been left untouched to flourish. Visitors come for the habitats, the array of plant and animal life, and the stories of the traditional owners. But you don’t have to give up your modern comforts in order to experience Kakadu. Book your Kakadu accommodation with us in one of the region’s townships and save!

    At close to 20,000 square kilometres, Kakadu is Australia’s largest national park. It’s located in the Northern Territory about 171 kilometres from Darwin. Indigenous people have occupied the area for over 50,000 years, and many still live in the settlements today, with over half the park considered Aboriginal land. Kakadu is home to a staggering amount of flora and fauna – more than 2000 different types of plants, 280 types of birds and 120 reptile species. Based on Aboriginal knowledge, there are six seasons in Kakadu including cold weather season, Wurrgeng, and "knock ‘em down storm season", Banggereng.

    Savanna woodlands make up most of Kakadu National Park. Trails like the Bowali walking track take you on a journey past eucalypts, long grasses and a variety of animals including goannas and parrots. But the scenery changes from place to place. The Arnhem Land Plateau is an area of sandstone highlands that features about 170 plant species not found anywhere else. Its collection of Aboriginal rock art is one of the oldest rock art collections in the world and certainly the oldest in Australia. See it for yourself by taking a guided Arnhem Land tour. For a spectacular view of Kakadu’s landscapes, nothing beats a scenic flight. From your bird’s-eye view you’ll be able to glimpse the truly awesome scale of Kakadu’s cliffs, wetlands and other sights like Jim Jim Falls, a 200-metre waterfall. Afraid of heights? You can still sightsee by hiking, bushwalking or taking a cultural tour hosted by a traditional guide.

    When you’re not exploring, Kakadu’s main township Jabiru is a great place to chill. It has a 50 metre outdoor swimming pool lined with palm trees, as well as a golf course, library, supermarket and newsagency. The restaurants offer local food such as barramundi and emu. Pay a visit to the Marrawuddi Gallery, which is owned by the Djabulukgu Association, and see the work of Aboriginal artists from the region. Book your Kakadu hotel with us and see what all the fuss is about!

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