For the first time, drones have been used to record never before seen footage of the 20,000 sqm, World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park from above, giving people a bird’s eye view and new perspective of a number of stunning locations throughout. The vision is a result of a partnership between Tourism NT and Kakadu National Park.
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Richard Shine has won the Prime Minister's Prize For Science for protecting Australian animals.
Kakadu is in the spotlight with a new tourism campaign... kaka-do yourself a favour and take a look. Tourism NT has launched its latest ad series encouraging holiday-makers to travel to the glorious...