The Outback Travellers Series Two covers Central Australia up to the Top End of Northern Territory. Kakadu National Park Track Guide covers a total distance of 559km.
Travelling through Kakadu National Park is an experience not to be missed. Visit the Bowali Information Centre first for all your requirements on this vast region, then choose your direction.
Many of the roads are bitumen, but there are still many off-road tracks offering real untamed wilderness, incredible bushland and awe inspiring waterfalls. The Dry Season is the best time to see the area, offering warm, venture filled days.
The Sectioned Maps will help you find everything of interest along the Track and point out potential road cautions in advance, supported by visual references, for the benefit of your safety.
Using photography, track notes and mapping, the Outback Travellers Kakadu National Park Track Guide is a companion to sheet maps, offering a closer look at what is out there, where to find it and how to get there safely.
Map Guides include:
- Two Mile Hole, 13.2km, & Four Mile Hole, 39.7km
- Darwin to Old Jim Jim Road turnoff, 134.9km (Section A)
- Red Lily Billabong & Alligator Billabong
- Old Jim Jim Road to Aurora Kakadu Resort, 75.5km (Section B)
- Ubirr – Border Store & Oenpelli
- Aurora Kakadu Resort to Jabiru, 42.9km (Section C)
- Nourlangie Rock
- Kakadu Highway turnoff to Old Jim Jim Road, 56.6km (Section D)
- Muirella Park – Sandy Billabong Track
- Old Jim Jim Road to Maguk turnoff, 40.4km (Section E)
- Jim Jim Falls, 57.7km, & Twin Falls, 64.8km
- Maguk turnoff to Gunlom turnoff, 41km (Section F)
- Cooinda – Yellow Water – Mardugal – Jim Jim Billabong
- Gunlom turnoff to Pine Creek, 71.4km (Section G)
- Gunlom (Waterfall Creek), 36km, & Gimbat, 43.9km
- Old Jim Jim Road, 96.3km (Section H)
NOTE: 6 pages of this guide are advertising. North does not always point up, however it is clearly marked on each map.