Kakadu Air Services Pty Ltd, known as Kakadu Air, is proudly run and owned by local Territorians. With more than 36 combined years of experience in the scenic flight industry, Kakadu Air promises to show their passengers the best of Kakadu National Park.
Kakadu National Park is one of four Australian destinations to be included in both the World Heritage List for cultural and natural outstanding universal values. The park is also Australia’s biggest national park and its magnificence does not shy from its title. The park features natural and ever-changing beauty with sweeping landscapes, wild waterfalls during the wet season and internationally renowned wetlands.
Kakadu Air believes that due to the sheer size of the national park, the ultimate way to explore and see the park is from above. Kakadu Air fly to areas that are completely inaccessible from the ground, especially during the roaring Wet Season.
30 Minute Kakadu Scenic Flight
From $150 per person
Best seen from the air, enjoy aerial views over the World Heritage Listed Kakadu National park on a 30 minute scenic flight departing from Jabiru. There is so much to see on this affordable fun flight from ancient escarpments to winding rivers and spectacular 1.8 billion years of continuous erosion. The highlights of this flight include The Archway, Arnhem Land escarpment's, East Alligator Valley, Mikinj Valley Billabongs and Magela flood plains. This flight includes recorded and live commentary from your pilot as you fly through these spectacular ancient lands.
Kakadu Cultural Tours are owned and operated by Djabulukgu Association representing the Traditional Owners of Northern Kakadu and parts of Western Arnhem Land. Guests travel in small groups by comfortable 4WD vehicles & boats, escorted by expert guides, predominantly Aboriginal, ensuring high standards of service & a unique cultural experience.
Venture North offer guided micro-group 4WD tours throughout the Top End, Northern Territor and Kimberley, Western Australia. Catering to the higher end of the market, they specialise in taking guests off the beaten track in style. Touring routes include Kakadu, Litchfield and Katherine but also the more remote area such as the Kimberley and Arnhem Land.
A trip to the Northern Territory is not complete without visiting the spectacular “Nitmiluk Gorge”. Open all year round, it features some of the most stunning gorge scenery in the Northern Territory, with raging waterfalls, a myriad of wildlife and breathtaking views of the Jawoyn country