Australia’s most spectacular National parks, the Litchfield and the world heritage listed Kakadu are linked by Nature’s way loop which is a very scenic route. Both parks consist of stunning waterfalls and freshwater swimming locations. Kakadu is an ideal place for its walks, escarpments, aboriginal arts spectacular views over Arnhem Land.
Fogg Dam Conservation Reserve
About 60 kilometres from the city of Darwin, you will arrive at Fogg Dam Conservation Reserve. The once paddies have evolved into an open-air wetland that is alive with jabirus, reptiles, and blue-winged kookaburras.
You can watch a spectacular sunrise over the Ubirr in the east Alligator region of Kakadu. Kakadu is also famous for its sweeping escarpments, aboriginal artwork, and dazzling views over Arnhem Land. You would not miss the world renowned x ray art and rainbow serpent sketches.
Nourlangie Rock is a location that boasts of the most spectacular escarpment and has many shady galleries. While you are there, you can walk 1.5 kilometres on a trail that leads to Gunwarddewarde Lookout which offers the most beautiful experience in Kakadu. You can take a sunset cruise on Yellow water from here.
Motor Car Falls Walk
Motor care falls is filled with lacewing butterflies that feed on minerals that come from nearby rocks. The pool waters are also filled with fish, freshwater shrimp, and turtles. You can swim here all year round.
This is a sacred spot where the waterfall plunges 100 meters to reach the base that is encircled by eucalypts. Gunlom falls is world heritage listed and is a magical combination of a serene plunge pool and a waterfall.
Moline falls is an awesome spot hidden away from the main road. The water is very clear and you can have a swim and explore the depths below the pool.