Djarradjin Billabong (Muirella Park) camping area
One of the largest camping areas in Kakadu, this campground has showers and drinking water, and separate areas allowing generators and generator-free. Kakadu Culture Camp is also based here – it runs cruises on the billabong in the Dry (reservations are required). The camping area is about 6 km off the Kakadu Hwy, 26 km south of the Bowali Visitor Centre.
Who to contact: PWCNT Kakadu (08) 8938 1120 Permits: required for campsite nos 22 and 32. Information and application forms are available online at http://www.environment.gov.au/parks/permits/kakadu-camping.html (campsite no.22) and at http://www.environment.gov.au/parks/permits/kakadu-jarrangbarnmi.html (campsite no.32)
This campsite is located in Kakadu National Park
Legendary for its wildlife, Indigenous culture, beautiful wetlands and sensational views from plunging escarpments, Kakadu is an iconic World Heritage Area, with plenty of scope for camping. It is huge, with a multitude of landscapes, habitats and wildlife. There are many thousands of plant species and insects as well as animals, reptiles and frogs. Camping opportunities range from managed campgrounds to free bush camping. Check the availability of facilities and make sure to take enough water. National Park rangers offer free guided walks and talks during the Dry, May–Oct. Many campsites close during the Wet, so it is best to check accessibility. A park pass is required for each person over the age of 16 who is not a NT resident; purchase the pass online or from the visitor centre.
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