Kakadu National Park is one of the most internationally renowned places in Australia and is World Heritage listed due to its exemplary cultural heritage and ecological conservation significance. Its unique environment has been defined by its traditional owners as having twelve seasons, rather than four, to accurately describe the intricate ecological changes that occur here.
The Northern Territory boasts a diverse and culturally rich landscape with two World Heritage Sites; Uluru-KataTjuta and Kakadu National Parks. The striking monolith Uluru, otherwise known as Ayers Rock, has also become an iconic landmark for international visitors seeking a true outback experience. The best thing about the territory though is the places people can’t easily go. Arnhem Land, in particular, remains a truly remote experience with indigenous cultural practices still intact. For more information on the conservation values of this amazing place visit here.
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