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Holiday houses & accommodation in Kakadu

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Pets allowed
1 Bedroom
2 Adults
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4 Adults
Farmhouse
200 m to water

Best holiday rentals with a pool

A pool is a holiday rental staple, and as 100% of the holiday lettings in Kakadu offer private pools and pool access, there are plenty of great options from which to find the ideal accommodation offer for you. Dive into our range now!

Bed & Breakfast Pool Kakadu
4 Dec - 11 Dec
$229 per night
Bed & Breakfast ∙ 2 guests ∙ 1 bedroom
4.1
"Very good"
Kakadu, West Arnhem Shire, Australia
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Budget-friendly Accommodation in Kakadu

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Holiday park Jabiru
$168 per night
Holiday park ∙ 2 guests ∙ 1 bedroom
3.8
"Good" (20 ratings)
Jabiru, West Arnhem Shire, Australia
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Holiday park Jabiru
$168 per night
Holiday park ∙ 4 guests ∙ 1 bedroom
3.8
"Good" (20 ratings)
Jabiru, West Arnhem Shire, Australia
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Holiday park Jabiru
$266 per night
Holiday park ∙ 5 guests ∙ 1 bedroom
3.9
"Good" (20 ratings)
Jabiru, West Arnhem Shire, Australia
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Popular holiday rental amenities in Kakadu

  • Pool (13)
  • Kitchen (3)
  • WiFi (2)
  • Balcony/patio (13)
  • TV (8)
  • Washing machine (5)
  • Air conditioning (13)
  • Fishing (13)
  • Grill (13)
  • Yard (13)
  • No smoking (12)
  • Cot (4)

7-Day Weather Forecast in Kakadu

Sat, 18 May
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32°

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5 h

21 km/h

Sun, 19 May
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6 h

20 km/h

Mon, 20 May
32°
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6 h

19 km/h

Tue, 21 May
32°
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6 h

17 km/h

Wed, 22 May
34°
31°

10%

4 h

16 km/h

Thu, 23 May
35°
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4 h

13 km/h

Fri, 24 May
35°
34°

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6 h

13 km/h

What is the weather like in Kakadu?

What Weather to Expect in Kakadu

Kakadu has two very distinct dry and wet seasons. The dry season runs from May to September, and is generally considered to be the best time to visit the park. Most of the roads are open during this time, and it's the coolest time of the year. The park tends to get very busy in June and July, during the Australian school holiday period. If you visit in May, a number of the waterfalls may still be running, which results in some stunning scenery. The weather is cool enough for a light jacket in the evening but Kakadu generally experiences warm temperatures.

The wet season in Kakadu is from October to April. During this time, it can be very hot and humid. Some of the roads may be closed due to flooding, and there's plenty of insects around. If you pack carefully, you'll have a better experience of Kakadu in the wet season. The waterfalls are in full flood, you'll see wildlife everywhere, and accommodation rates tend to be lower. Pack long-sleeve shirts and trousers for the evenings as extra protection against mosquitoes, and don't forget mosquito repellent.

What are the best activities for families in Kakadu?

Holidays with Kids in Kakadu

Head to the Warradjan Aboriginal Cultural Centre, where kids can learn about the Indigenous Australian culture in an interactive environment. There are displays showing the stories of the local people and their influence on the area. Gunlom Falls is nearby, and a great place to cool off with a refreshing swim. The falls include a natural infinity pool and plunge pool. The area is free from saltwater crocs, making it safe for the whole family to swim.

At Ubirr on the park's eastern edge, kids can view traditional artwork and hear the stories about the different paintings from local residents. They can even learn some traditional painting techniques during special classes held during the school holidays. There's a 1km walk from the centre to a lookout point that's the perfect place to watch the sunset. There's famous Indigenous Australian paintings on the rocks along the path, and rangers help to explain their meaning. Sunset over the immense floodplain below is worth the walk, with incredible views to behold.

Where are the unique attractions in Kakadu?

Exploring Kakadu National Park

Kakadu is a UNESCO World Heritage Site with plenty of spectacular attractions. Spend a few days exploring, whether on your own, with rangers, or on guided tours. Take the circular 1.5km walk through the Indigneous Australian shelters at Nourlangie to view some of the best examples of rock art in Australia. Go on a boat cruise along the Yellow Water Billabong to see over 250 bird species, crocodiles, wild horses, wallabies, and buffalo along the shoreline.

During the wet season, take a helicopter flight over Jim Jim Falls to see this spectacular waterfall from the air, and the river it creates. In the dry months, you can drive the challenging 4x4 course that takes you to the top of the falls for a view out over the surrounding countryside. In the southern end of the park, you'll find the Maguk rock pools. There is a 4x4 drive to the pools through a section of rainforest. You can swim in the crystal-clear water of the pools, which are also a popular place to go rock jumping.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much should I expect to pay for a holiday letting in Kakadu?

When visiting Kakadu, you can find holiday rentals from as little as $168 per night.

What holiday rental amenities do people typically look for when visiting Kakadu?

In terms of holiday home amenities, travellers visiting Kakadu most often look for Pool, Kitchen and Internet.

Are pets permitted in holiday accommodation in Kakadu?

There are 0 pet-friendly holiday accommodation offers in Kakadu, costing $0 per night on average.

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