Drone's eye view of Kakadu

Drone's eye view of Kakadu

Domestic travel
Jim Jim Falls, Kakadu.

Jim Jim Falls, Kakadu.

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DRONES have been used to record footage of the 20,000 sq km Kakadu National Park, giving a bird's eye view of some of its most stunning locations.

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DRONES have been used to record footage of the 20,000 sq km Kakadu National Park, giving a bird's eye view of some of its most stunning locations.

You'll soar above the Yellow Waters Billabong at sunrise, take in the escarpment of the towering Nourlangie Rock, home to significant Aboriginal rock art more than 20,000 years old, and wonder at the cascading waterfalls at Maguk Gorge and Gunlom.

The footage was filmed by Instagram stars Salty Wings who shot from sunrise to sunset each day in a bid to capture the rich Australian outback colours.

Parks Australia acting park manager Steve Wroe describes the footage as incredible, showing the park at its very best.

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