School Excursions at Kakadu - 65,000 years of unique cultural and enviromental learning
Kakadu is the oldest living indigenous culture on earth. It has been home to Aboriginal people for more than 65,000 years and they are ready to share their landscape, heritage, culture and stories with you.
Kakadu Tourism offers a wide variety of accommodation, tours and experiences to cater for educational groups of all sizes. From camping to glamping to lodges and a hotel shaped like a Crocodile, we have it all.
Cave paintings, archaeological sites and rock carvings are a recording of the way of life for the region's inhabitants that date back further than the Egyptian pyramids. They show the prehistoric times of the Aboriginal people still living traditionally within the park.
Kakadu is a dual listed UNESO World Heritage site and the biggest National Park within Australia. It is habitat to a diverse and complex ecosystem, rare endemic species of plants (over 2000 plant species and wildlife) and animals, within the floodplains, lowlands, tidal flats and plateaux. The park has had little impact of European settlement unlike most of Australia so it's natural vegetation and landscape has been left unmodified.
NT Funding Support for School Groups
Interstate schools can apply for between $1000 - $3,000 towards a school trip to the NT as part of the Immediate Tourism Resilience Plan. Ask us today!