Google imagery brings Kakadu sites to screen in amazing detail

360 degrees of integration: now you can see Kakadu in Google View

Domestic travel

National park celebrates 40th anniversary by making you feel you are there.


WANT to get up close and personal with Kakadu National Park without getting the red dust on your shoes? Or perhaps a preview of is wonders ahead of that upcoming trip?

Now you can thanks to 360-degree mapping imagery that brings you its wonders in unimaginable detail.

In celebration of the 40th anniversary of Kakadu's establishment as a national park, spectacular visitor sites will now be released on Google Street View.

Produced in partnership with Tourism NT and Google Australia, the digital mapping will take viewers to such spectacular places as Nawurlandja Lookout, the Jim Jim waterfall, the rock art galleries at Ubirr and the cliff-top infinity pool at Gunlom.

To navigate to the virtual tour visit, then go to the "National Parks" dropdown at the top and choose "Kakadu". Click on "Discover" and choose "virtual tour".