Welcome to Kakadu
Kakadu National Park offers endless ways for delegates to be inspired by nature and to connect with this deeply spiritual and culturally significant place. As Australia’s largest National Park, covering approximately 20,000 square kilometres, this world heritage icon is listed for both its natural and cultural significance.
Wonder at the rugged escarpment country and spectacular waterfalls and spot native inhabitants including abundant bird life on Yellow Water Billabong. Whether it’s a scenic flight over Kakadu, a basket weaving workshop with Aboriginal artists, or getting up close and personal with the local wildlife, there are myriad ways you can immerse yourself in the stories that have shaped this place.
Easily accessible for pre and post conference touring, you can combine all that Kakadu has to offer – diverse wildlife, stunning landscapes and wilderness lodges – with exclusive cultural and culinary experiences.
Climate & weather
The Dry (May-October)
Tropical Summer (November-April)