Kakadu National Park covers an area of 7,646 square miles in the Northern Territory of Australia and is home to more than 5,000 recorded Aboriginal art sites dating back thousands of years. This region is characterized by rugged escarpments, lush rainforest, languid wetlands, floodplains, billabongs, and lowlands, and is home to a huge range of exotic and unique flora and fauna. Indeed, Kakadu National Park is home to incredible geological, landform and habitat diversity, as well as being one of the most weed-free national parks in the world. Check out the waterfalls and gorges such as Maguk, Gunlom Falls, Twin Falls and Jim Jim Falls and enjoy wildlife watching, cruises, and much more. Just make sure to book one of these secluded rentals near Kakadu National Park! There's something for everyone, ranging from the rustic to the sleek and chic—so take a look today and enjoy an unforgettable vacation!