Full Day - Never Never Land Tour (Dundee Trails #1)
Jabiru Pick up / Drop off only
Ages 3+ - Duration 7hrs - Min 2 Max 12 pax
Persons Ages 13+
Children Ages 3-12
Experience the spot in Kakadu, where everybody talks about with amazing rock art and also the spot where Crocodile Dundee 1 & 2 where filmed. These locations are known in the movie as the Never Never Land (Jabawonga)
7am - 2pm
Our first stop is 40 min drive north through open woodland savanna, vast floodplains, then getting into the escarpment country. Here we will walk through aboriginal rock art interpreted by your guide. There is a bit of time spent here explaining the 2000+ year old Rockart.
Once on top of the escarpment, which is a moderated climb to the top, you will see where Mick points down to where he got attacked by the croc, The Rapid River he calls it.
This is a must-see place that has made our guides feel the love of nature and understand the culture of this area.
From this location, we will have a early lunch, which includes roast chicken, potato and fresh garden salads, fruit juice, tea or coffee. Iced water is supplied to refill your water bottles.
After lunch, we will go in search for that big croc, (a short 5 min drive) on the river that separates Arnhemland and Kakadu. Here you can get some great ‘Snappy Snappy’ shots. More n more crocs move into this area towards the end of the dry season (July-Oct)
Then another 5 min drive we go for another walk through spectacular Sandstone outcrops, caves and past a small billabong along the edge of the East Alligator River.
Here we get to another location where Sue got the job of looking after the naughty guys that Mick tied up, that were after him, in the 2nd movie.
Light afternoon snack after The Walk, before we head to Jabiru. Expecting drop-offs around 2pm
What to Bring, Kakadu Park Pass (Not Included - please purchase online)
let us know if any dietary requirements needed, hat, sunscreen, min 1 liter drink bottle, a camera and a smile. We recommend loose clothing and shoes.
Please note that due to circumstances beyond our control, we may not have access to your booked location. Should this occur, we will take you to an alternative site.
All visitors to Kakadu National Park are required to purchase a park pass and carry this on them at all times. Parks Australia is responsible for the sale of these passes.
Your tour price does not include a Kakadu Park Pass and you are required to purchase this for yourself prior to the tour. The pass must reflect the dates you are travelling whilst in Kakadu and rangers may ask to see this at random locations.
Passes can be purchased online, https://book.parksaustralia.gov.au/passes/kakadu/. Pass prices are adjusted according to the season you travel, so please check the website for details.