Crocodile-shaped hotel in Kakadu National Park

A visit to Kakadu National Park is one of those life-changing experiences that can only be had in Australia. Step into the empty wilderness of this magnificent World Heritage Area, recognised both for its natural resources and ancient Aboriginal culture.

Uniquely shaped like one of the area's iconic crocodiles, Gagudju Crocodile Holiday Inn is the park’s only full service hotel. Perfectly located for discovering this spectacular, ever-changing landscape, it bosts every convenience for a comfortable stay. The large Escarpment restaurant offers à la carte and buffet-style dining, while Gingas Tavern and bar provides lighter options in a more relaxed environment. The hotel also features a marble foyer, swimming pool, small arts and crafts gallery and regular live entertainment.

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On the eastern side of the vast Kakadu National Park, a designated World Heritage Area with sandstone plateaus, beautiful waterfalls, tropical forests and teaming with wildlife. Two and a half hours from Darwin.

Airport transfer time: 2½ hours
Rooms: 110

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