Yellow Water region
Home to the spectacular Yellow Water Wetlands, visitors can experience the park's wildlife on a Yellow Water Cruise and along the boardwalks. The displays and exhibitions at the Warradjan Cultural Centre give an invaluable insight into Aboriginal culture and caring for country.
Yellow Water Wetlands
(Check wet season access)
Yellow Water is part of the South Alligator River floodplain. A boardwalk provides good views of Yellow Water's wildlife. When the waters recede, a 1.8 km return walk takes you across the floodplains to a viewing platform on Home Billabong. The Yellow Water boat cruise operates throughout the year and provides a marvellous opportunity to see the varied birdlife of Kakadu's World Heritage wetlands.
Tel: (08) 8979 0145
Warradjan Aboriginal Cultural Centre
The circular design of this cultural centre represents a warradjan (pig-nosed turtle). The centre's large display, developed by Bininj/Mungguy, provides detailed information about Aboriginal culture in Kakadu. There is also a video room and a gallery that sells Aboriginal arts and crafts, books and cards.
Open daily: 9:00am to 5:00pm.