Kakadu Tourism appoints James Robinson to head sales & marketing James Robinson has extensive experience in the tourism and hospitality sector, joining Kakadu Tourism from from Darwin tourism gro...
Kakadu Tourism has launched a range of special cruise and accommodation deals to provide even greater incentives for visitors to enjoy Kakadu National Park during the ‘green season’
After one of the wettest wet seasons for years, Kakadu is looking in perfect condition for the forthcoming peak ‘dry’ season.
‘The Croc’ Hotel in Kakadu won the ‘Unique Accommodation’ award in the Brolgas, which was celebrated by GM Richard McArthur and his team
Visitors to Kakadu will be able to camp in comfort and style from July, with pop-up hotel operator, Flash Camp, setting up at Cooinda Camping Ground for the dry season.
The 30th anniversary of the release of Crocodile Dundee is expected to provide a significant boost to tourism in Kakadu, where most of the film’s Australian scenes were shot.
Kakadu Tourism is confident that Tourism Australia’s new AU$40 million Aquatic and Coastal campaign will help drive a major revival in international tourism to the Top End.
One of the most colourful and exciting festivals celebrating Indigenous culture and arts - the Mahbilil Festival - is returning to Kakadu on Saturday September 6th.
Kakadu Tourism has appointed Ruth Watson as Sales & Marketing Manager, based in the group’s Darwin office.
Kakadu Tourism has launched a series of new touring programmes to provide visitors with memorable insights into the region’s natural and cultural wonders.