Travel to Kakadu
Fly into Darwin then on to Kakadu
While there are no flights to Kakadu other than the sporadic charter flight to the tiny Cooinda Airport, Darwin - located about three-hours' drive away - is home to a well-connected airport. The Northern Territory’s largest airport has direct flights to most Australian cities including Brisbane, Sydney and Perth, as well as Asian cities including Singapore, Denpasar, Dili and Manila. Qantas, Virgin Australia and Jetstar all offer a range of flights, so speak to your Flight Centre consultant today to discuss your options.
Cracker Kakadu holiday packages
With many world-class sights in close proximity to Kakadu, a holiday package can ensure you get the most out of your trip. Typical package itineraries include a visit to Darwin, Litchfield National Park and Katherine Gorge, via a mix of transport modes including bus and boat. Another popular package tour involves travelling from Darwin to Adelaide via the Great Southern Railway, with stops along the way. Our friendly Flight Centre consultants are just a phone call away if you’d like to take the trouble out of booking your package holiday.
Take a tour of Kakadu
With points of interest strewn over the 20,000 square kilometres of national park, take a tour to ensure you don’t miss any of Kakadu’s many highlights. Flight Centre offers a range of Kakadu tours, including day tours, cruises, multi-day tours that travel across all seven of the park’s main regions.
Hit the highway to Kakadu
If you've got a thirst for adventure then don't miss the opportunity to hire a car so that you can explore Kakadu on your own terms. Many of the park’s highlights can be explored with a standard 2WD car but, for greater freedom, there aren’t many better places in the world to hire a 4WD or campervan and do it yourself. Speak to your Flight Centre consultant about getting the best deal on car hire from pickup points including Darwin, Alice Springs and Jabiru.