Visitor centres

Not sure what you want to see while you're in Kakadu? Like to learn more about Indigenous culture, or even pick up some souvenirs to take home with you? No worries! We've got you covered with our Visitor centre facilities throughout the park.

  • Bowali Visitor Centre

    This is a great first stop on your Kakadu adventure, near the main town of Jabiru.

    • Our staff are on hand to help you plan your Kakadu visit, there’s a walk-through display including a giant crocodile skeleton and even an airconditioned library.

      Refreshments are available from the Anmak An-me Café.

      Want advice on your trip, before you come? You can call Bowali on 08 8938 1120, email them on kakadunationalpark@environment.gov.au or visit the Kakadu Tours and Travel website.

      Open 8.00 am to 5.00 pm every day except Christmas Day.

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  • Marrawuddi Gallery

    The Marrawuddi Gallery promotes Aboriginal fine art by artists from Kakadu and the wider region.

    • Visitors can buy arts, crafts and artefacts made in Kakadu or neighbouring Arnhem Land from a number of different outlets within the region.

      Open 8.00 am to 5.00 pm daily.

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  • Warradjan Aboriginal Cultural Centre

    Near Cooinda in the Yellow Water region, Warradjan is a must-see.

    • The circular design of this cultural centre represents a Warradjan (pig-nosed turtle). The centre's large display, developed by Kakadu’s Aboriginal owners, provides detailed information about Aboriginal culture in Kakadu. There is also a video room and a gallery that sells arts and crafts, books, cards and light refreshments.

      Open 9.00 am - 5.00 pm daily

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