Experience an Aboriginal Culture tour at
Australia's World Heritage listed Kakadu National Park

"Hi, I'm Jenny; that's me next to the campfire weaving a basket. It's easy, I'll teach you, anyone can do it! Maybe you want to learn how to throw a spear, play the didgeridoo with the boys, experience Kakadu's only night wildlife boat cruise, or try our 3 course dinner cooked on the coals. And if you want to camp the night with us, we can put you up in one of our deluxe safari tents.

Look at our website and check out our photo album to see how you can have a close-up experience of Kakadu's living Aboriginal culture and amazing wildlife. So c'mon, we'll get the fire going, boil the billy for a hot cuppa tea and have a chat! We're way out bush, you'll love it!

Any questions? Just e-mail us or give us a ring. We look forward to welcoming you to the Kakadu Culture Camp, see you soon, Boh Boh; that's Goodbye in our Gundjeihmi language!"

How to find us

Kakadu Culture Camp and Djarradjin Billabong is situated at the Muirella Park Campground. We are in the heart of Kakadu, on Murrumburr clan country. Driving south from Jabiru, we are 25km down the Kakadu Highway, turn left and drive 6km to the campground, just follow the signs.

In the dry season, usually from April, you can access Muirella Park with a conventional 2wd vehicle, motorhome, or bus. It's a sealed road to our door, only 20 minutes from International standard hotel accommodation at Jabiru (to the north) or Cooinda (south). Download a detailed map of Kakadu National Park.

Kakadu Culture Camp is situated adjacent to Muirella Park Campground so you can bring your own tent or caravan if you wish. The camp has flushing toilets, solar hot showers and lights, large washing tubs, excellent drinking water, garbage is collected daily, and the billabong (150m from campground) has a public boat ramp.
The camping fees are A$5.40pp/night. 

*Please note that there is no generator zone or powered sites available in the public campground.

Our cultural & wILDLIFE tours

You can download our new brochure from our Bookings page on this web site! As seen on Channel Nine's 'Getaway' program, we have a variety of tours available in 2007 including our Aboriginal Culture and Night Wildlife Boat Cruise and Kakadu by Night. Our cultural activities including spear throwing, didgeridoo and basket weaving interactive demonstrations, as well as our famous 3 course traditional campfire dinner of barramundi, buffalo and damper cooked on the coals with home made bush jam.

We also have a wine and cheese sunset boat cruise available for group charters. Please check our website for regular updates of new tours, or better still, ring mobile 0428 792 048 (International + 61 428 792 048) or e-mail our Coordinator Andy Ralph about our standard or personalized tours for individual, group or special interest charters including rock art, traditional dancing, basket weaving, bird watching, bush walking, or fishing trips.

We also do bush catering and/or cultural displays for two people up to several hundred at virtually any location in Kakadu! During the wet season we use Kakadu's Bowali Visitor Centre as a night venue for our special Kakadu Cuisine & Culture night. Group bookings need to be made well in advance. Menus can include Barramundi, Buffalo, Kangaroo or Magpie Geese cooked in a variety of ways including ground oven, on the coals, camp oven or BBQ; and we can also cater for vegetarians. BOOK or ENQUIRE NOW through this website for 2007 tours.


"We're born in Kakadu, we live it. We want to share it with you!"