Kakadu NP re-introduced a park use fee

This year one of most popular national parks in Australia – Kakadu – re-introduced a park use fee and became most expensive Australian national park to visit. The fee is $25 per person and valid for two weeks. Although all Northern Territory residents and children under 16 are exempt.


2 responses to “Kakadu NP re-introduced a park use fee”

  1. That’s pretty steep in my opinion. It might drive more people to Litchfield (which I presume is still free?)

    I liked Kakadu for the rock drawings, but the mozzies drove me insane! The problem was exasperated by the local campgrounds constantly watering their lawns, creating a massive breeding ground for them!!

  2. Litchfield NP is still free. At what time you been in Kakadu? During wet season? I didn’t have problems in campgrounds except mozzies of course. Especially in campground near East Alligator.

    BTW after my trip to Tasmania I don’t think entry to Kakadu NP is very expensive. In Tasmania entry to any National Park cost $24 per car. If you travel alone it sums. Of course it is possible to by National Parks Pass for $60.
    .-= Vi´s last blog ..What’s on in Sydney in July =-.

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