The Walkabout Overnighter (Ubirr - Cahills Crossing - Bardedjilidji - Gunlom Plunge Pool & Infinity Pool - Warradjan Aboriginal Culture Centre – Anbangbang Billabong)
Are you looking for the full Crocodile Dundee experience, visiting all 4 sites and scenes of these iconic movies (1 & 2) and camping overnight under a million stars in the Kakadu National Park?
If you are a serious movie buff and an avid adventurer then this tour is for you. The tour includes visits to all 4 of the most memorable locations where the movies were filmed, plus a fully guided presentation on the local culture, land and wildlife.
You will get the opportunity to camp by an open fire in a swag (Aussie sleeping bag with mosquito net) under the stars, with all your meals included. Try a bit of the local bush tucker or learn to play the digeridoo. This is about as authentic as it gets and you will be creating memories for a lifetime.
This tour will take you all throughout Kakadu as you visit the iconic, must-see destinations, including the Gunlom Infinity Pool. You will be fully immersed in Australian outback culture, and walk away feeling like a fair dinkum Aussie!
Note: This tour is the Never Never Rock Art Tour & Sparkling Waterfall & Billabong Day Tours combined, with the addition of an overnight camping experience and a visit to the Gunlom Infinity Pool.
Start the day with a short drive through open woodland savannah past a series of vast floodplains.
Your first stop will see you taking an easy track to the top of the escarpment lookout, along the way passing rocky shelters with ancient aboriginal art speckled throughout.
Your guide will share stories of the history and culture as he brings these artworks to life.
When you reach the top, enjoy magnificent views with the option to take your own Mick and Sue photos wearing our clothing props. You can recreate the scene where Mick points down to the plains below as he tells his tall tale.
Enjoy a picnic lunch at a nearby shelter. Then go croc spotting with your expert guide who will take you to the crossing that separates Kakadu and Arnhem land.
Journey another short distance away to find yourself walking through a spectacular sandstone outcrop, past caves and a billabong at the edge of East Alligator River.
This is the location where Sue had the job of looking after the bad guys in the second movie. It is the perfect location for another photoshoot and afternoon tea.
A 2.5hr drive away is the camping location where we will set up camp for the evening. Here you will enjoy the peaceful surroundings of the Australian outback.
In the evening, Chizo will teach you how to cook on an open fire and muster up some tasty treats such as crocodile and buffalo rissoles. You will learn how to make damper (bushman’s bread) and marshmallows toasted the traditional way (on a stick over the flame). Wildman Chizo will treat you to the sounds of the didgeridoo as you enjoy a cold beverage (BYO remember), before you get comfortable in your individual swags and look up to enjoy the million-star views.
This location includes public dunnies (toilets) and hot water showers. Unfortunately, there is NO Bidet (bid day) “the foot-washing thing” Mick found in his hotel room in the first movie.
Rise early to the sound of the birds and the smell of the Australian outback. Enjoy a continental breakfast and then make your way to the infinity pools.
To get to the pool at the top there is a stairwell that takes you 85m upwards. It's an approximate 30-minute climb and we rate the difficulty a 7/10 with steps. From here there are stunning views and a swimming opportunity.
We then head back to the bottom plunge pool for a refreshing dip and an opportunity to recreate the scene from Crocodile Dundee 1 with our clothing props.
Head back for lunch at the campsite and then start packing so you can be on your way to the next destination.
Throughout, your guide Wildman Chizo will share stories of the wildlife and wildlands in this stunning location.
After you have had your fill of waterfalls and plunge pools, you will make your way to the Warradjan Cultural Centre, where you can top up your knowledge on indigenous culture then visit their arts and crafts gift shop.
Our last destination is North towards the Billabong, where Sue left Mick to see if she could survive on her own and where Mick was caught using a razor to shave, which he quickly swapped for a knife. This location has stunning views and amazing birdlife.
$750 per adult (not including Kakadu Pass)
$600 children under 12 (not including Kakadu Pass)
Min 2 people (adults)
Max 6 people (May -Nov) (7 if small children)
Note: Tour sizes are small and can include other guests. If you would prefer a private tour, please see our Private Tour option.
Swag (single size)
Sleeping bags (single size)
Cooking & eating utensils
Esky for cold drinks
Clothing for photo opportunities
Snacks and meals
Coldwater and tea & coffee
There is some trekking and climbing involved. Climbing is optional and we would consider the level of difficulty a 7/10.
There are public toilet facilities at the Gunlom Falls, the picnic site, Warradjan Cultural Centre and public shower facilities at your campsite.
Please speak with our reservations team, if you would like further information.
Transport & Pick Up
On this tour, you will visit Ubirr, Cahills Crossing, Bardedjilidji, Gunlom Plunge Pool & Infinity Pool, Warradjan Aboriginal Culture Centre, and Anbangbang Billabong
Your vehicle is a 8 seater, 4 Wheel Drive and this tour involves a 4 Wheel Drive experience.
Jabiru pick up time: approx. 8.00am
Cooinda pickup time: approx. 7.15am (at bus shelter)
Jabiru drop off time: approx. 3.40pm
Cooinda drop off time: approx. 3.00pm
You may be joining others to fill seats on this day tour. If you prefer your own group, please see our Private Tour option.
Be sure to include your hotel or campsite address at the time of booking, along with a contact phone number.
What to bring
Park pass and your receipt for camping fee for your group – (compulsory*)
Water (min 1-litre bottle)
Bathers & Towel
Small bag with a change of clothes
BYO Beverages (purchase before you get to Kakadu)
Food & Refreshments
Lunch includes BBQ chicken, fruit, salads and rolls. Water to refill your water bottles will be available and BYO is permitted.
Coldwater will be supplied through, as well as tea and coffee. You are also welcome to bring your own beverages. We recommend you purchase these prior to arriving in Kakadu. BYO Alcohol is permitted.
We will supply the esky and ice for your drinks.
If you have any dietary requirements, please advise us at least 48hrs prior to the tour.
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 or your tour 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, link here. Pass prices are adjusted according to the season you travel, so please check the website for details.
Mutitjulu Community Rangers in training Sherith, Sarissa, Michelle and Jasmine at Uluṟu-Kata Tjuṯa National Park recently learnt how their mothers and grandmothers used to separate the seeds from the Kalpaṟi (rat-tail grass) to make flour.
The dried leaves and fine seed pods are removed from the stalks and pushed through a sieve resulting in green leaf fragments mixed with tiny black seeds. The the mix is then poured on to a sheet outside then flicked into the air so the leaf fragments blow away in the breeze 🌱
The seeds were ground to flour, mixed with water or animal fat, then baked in hot coals to cook the small seed cakes. The cakes were often sweetened with honey from Tjaḻa or honey ants 🐜
The seeds were also mixed with animal fat to make an effective rubbing medicine for an assortment of skin ailments 🧑⚕️