Glide through our waterways on an Aboriginal-run boat cruise. It’s a great way to see the local wildlife and learn more about our local culture and traditions.
Yellow Water Cruises
Let Aboriginal-owned Yellow Water Cruises guide you through Kakadu’s dramatic wetlands. You’ll be mesmerised by the crocs, magpie geese, eagles and much more on this award-winning billabong cruise. It operates year- round and provides up to six cruises a day including the spectacular sunrise and sunset cruises. Choose from a 90 minute or a 120 minute trip.
To book: 1800 500 401
More info: gagudju-dreaming.com
Guluyambi boat cruise
In the tropical summer, Guluyambi operates boat cruises along the swollen Magela Creek - floating over crystal waters, through flooded paperbark forests. This tour is the only way to get to Ubirr once floodwaters close the road, which makes this a wet-season-only experience not to be missed. It’s utterly serene, and a rare chance to enjoy Ubirr's world famous rock art galleries with barely any other visitors.
In the monsoon season, Guluyambi operates boat cruises along the swollen Magela Creek - floating through flooded paperbark forests, this tour is the only way to visit Ubirr once floodwaters close the road. This wet-season-only experience is not to be missed, offering you a rare chance to enjoy Ubirr's world famous rock art galleries with barely any other visitors.
To book: kakaduculturaltours.com.au