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Kakadu National Park

Protected area in the Northern Territory, Australia

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Kakadu National Park: Protected area in the Northern Territory, Australia
Kakadu National Park is a protected area in the Northern Territory of Australia, 171Β km southeast of Darwin.

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Three whales end up in crocodile-infested Kakadu river after taking a wrong turn

In what's believed to be a first, three humpback whales found themselves in the crocodile-infested East Alligator River in Kakadu National Park.
SBS - Published

Whales bound for Antarctica take a wrong turn, end up in Kakadu river

In what's believed to be a first, three humpback whales found themselves in the crocodile-infested East Alligator River in Kakadu National Park.
SBS - Published

Five killed in car crash in NT's Kakadu National Park

Five people have been killed in a road crash on the Arnhem Highway, west of Jabiru, in the Northern Territory.
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Glamping waits for no man in the Top End

Australia has some of the world's best glamping, offering remote locations combined with plenty of luxury. For the ultimate, it’s hard to beat Kakadu National Park.
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Australia's ecosystems 'already suffering from climate change'

Warming temperatures are threatening Australian wildlife with the iconic Kakadu National Park also in danger of rising sea levels, a report has found.
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Rising temps risk wildlife, iconic parks

Warming temperatures are threatening Australian wildlife with the iconic Kakadu National Park also in danger of rising sea levels, a report has found.
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