Kakadu Culture Camp
Eco-friendly place to stay
This Aboriginal-owned-and-operated camp in the heart of Kakadu is 100 per cent solarpowered, including the bore pump. It has solar hot water and 40 solar panels providing electricity. From May to November you can stay in one of the spartan safari tents or camp, sharing three-course meals of crocodile, kangaroo or buffalo meat, or anything else with the Bininj people who live and work here. There is a range of cultural and natural heritage tours, including the only night-time tour in Kakadu.
0428 792 048
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