Full Day - Billabong & Waterfall Tour (Dundee Trails #2)
Jabiru Pick up / Drop off only
Ages 3+ - Duration 8 hours - Min 2 Max 12 pax
A$355 Persons Ages 13+ A$300 Children Ages 3-12
Experience the beauty of a Billabong with abundance of birdlife, then an amazing 80mt high Waterfall, which is at the southern end of the park.
This is our most popular tour for the walking impaired or elderly, as there is less than 300mt of easy walking to do, but a bit more driving to cover.
7am to 3pm
Our day tour itinerary takes you to 2 locations of where Crocodile Dundee 1 was filmed.
These locations are known in the movie as a natural spring or billabong (they aren’t, your guide will explain on tour) where Mick got caught shaving with a razor, but then made it look like he was shaving with his big knife, then we go to the Waterfall, where Mick and Sue have a feed of bush tucker (food) and a swim. The same spot where they had their first kiss.
Our first stop is a 2 hour drive south, through open woodland savanna, floodplains, then getting onto the 4x4 dirt track into the escarpment country. Here you will be able to swim down below the waterfall.
From this location we will have 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 head 1.5 hours north again to Warradjan, a great Aboriginal Culture Centre, where you can learn about the area and culture of the Kakadu Region. NO cameras are permitted in this building. There is a gallery that sells arts and crafts here. Duration 45 mins.
Then we head 30 mins north again to the billabong. Birdlife and Backdrops are amazing, so dont forget your camera.
Expecting drop-offs around 3pm in Jabiru
What to Bring
Kakadu Park Pass (Not Included - please purchase online). Let us know of any dietary requirements, hat, sunscreen, min 1 liter drink bottle and your swimmers/togs, a camera and a smile. We recommend loose clothing and shoes.
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.