Weather in the Top End of the Northern Territory is largely dictated by the annual monsoon cycle. While November to April is referred to as the ‘wet', and May to October is the ‘dry' season; in the vast expanse of Kakadu National Park, the local Aboriginal people recognise six different seasons. The dry season, from May until October, is characterised by warm, dry sunny days and cool nights. Temperatures typically range from 21°C to 32°C, and humidity levels are much lower. The Top End really comes alive at this time of year: the dry season heralds an outdoor-event extravaganza, with beachside markets, outdoor cinemas, festivals and concerts events all throwing wide their open-air doors. With so much going on, it’s a fun time to visit, as well as the perfect time to explore the more remote areas of the region that can be off-limits during the wet.
3 Day Kakadu/Litchfield 4WD Expedition (June – Sept)
This tour offers visitors a chance to explore Kakadu and Litchfield National Parks. Swimming, camping, hiking and culture. Camping in tents and swags. Travel by 4WD vehicle.
3 Day Kakadu Adventure – Accommodated (June – Sept)
Explore the wilderness of Kakadu National Park on a 3-day Kakadu 4WD adventure! You’ll see all the main attractions such as Jim Jim falls and Ubirr Rock. Combine small groups, great walks, this is a great Kakadu tour for those looking for a bit of excitement and adventure! Includes a wildlife cruise on Yellow Waters at sunset .Accommodation is at the Mercure Crocodile Jabiru and Cooinda Lodge in twin share rooms featuring air conditioning and ensuite bathroom.. Travel by 4WD vehicle.
5 Day 4WD Kakadu/Koolpin Safari (Jun – Sept)
The 5 Day 4WD Kakadu Tour explores Kakadu National Park at its best. The tour visits the special permit area of Koolpin Gorge as well as seeing Jim Jim Falls, Barramundi Gorge, Ubirr Rock and Gunlom Falls. This is the premium tour for the dedicated adventurer. Small group, maximum of 12 Pax. Camping in tents and swags. Travel by 4WD vehicle.