Kakadu National Park 60 Minute Flight Ex Jabiru

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Highlights & inclusions

Enjoy aeriel views over the World Heritage Listed Kakadu National Park
Passing the Ranger Uranium Mine across to Dinosaur Valley
Fly through Upper East Alligator Valley viewing deep fault lines
See picturesque ancient land formations from your window seat
Look out for salt water crocodiles sunning on the banks of the river
Spectacular views of the World Heritage Listed Kakadu National Park
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What you can expect

Experience the UNESCO World Heritage Listed Kakadu National Park from the air on a 60 minute scenic flight from Jabiru Airport. Each passenger will enjoy breathtaking views of the lush wetlands, rugged escarpments, rivers and lands that are sacred to the Aboriginal culture with live and recorded commentary. Kakadu National Park has two major climatic seasons - the 'Wet' and 'Dry' seasons and your flight path may vary slightly depending on the time of year that you fly.

During the Dry Season (June - November): your pilot will take you over the Ranger Uranium Mine, across to Dinosaur Valley, Upper East Alligator Valley and along the twists and turns of the river. Keep an eye out for crocodiles sunning themselves on the river banks below before sweeping across Magela floodplains and Jabiru's famous Crocodile Hotel.

Visit during the Wet Season (December - May) to pass the Ranger Uranium Mine, Mt Brockman and along the escarpment to 'Lightening Dreaming and Deaf Adder Gorge. Take in the beauty of Double Falls waterfall and soar across the Arnhem Plateau until it drops away to the amazing Jim Jim and Twin Falls.

Australia's largest national park is best seen from the air on a Kakadu National Park scenic flight. Tick it off your bucket list and make your visit extraordinary.


What you need to know

  • The minimum number of guests to conduct this tour is two. Single traveller bookings may be accepted on a "to be confirmed" basis - contact Kakadu Air directly on 1800 089 113 if you would like to make a single person booking. We will contact you closer to the date of your tour either to confirm the booking or to offer alternate options in the event of insufficient numbers for your desired date.
  • Live and recorded commentary
  • 60 minute scenic flight in a fixed-wing aircraft
  • Guaranteed window seat
  • Kakadu enjoys two major climatic seasons, the "Wet" and the "Dry" season. The 60 minute flight takes two different flight paths depending on the time of year you choose to fly:
  • Dry Season (approx June - November) Passing the Ranger Uranium Mine across to Dinosaur Valley, fly through Upper East Alligator Valley viewing deep fault lines, view the outliers created from erosion, then follow the twists and turns of the stunning East Alligator River. Don't be surprised to see salt water crocodiles sunning on the banks of the river. Turning home, we fly over the mosaic Magela floodplains, with one last view of Jabiru Town to see the famous Crocodile Hotel.
  • Wet Season - (approx December - May) Heading south,passing the Ranger Uranium Mine, fly across Mt Brockman and along the escarpment to “Lightning Dreaming". After crossing Deaf Adder Gorge, we take in the beautiful Double Falls, a spectacular waterfall in Kakadu. Fly across the Arnhem Plateau until it drops away to reveal breathtaking Jim Jim and Twin Falls.
  • The flight duration is 60 minutes
  • Operates seven days a week at 9am
  • All flights require a check in 30 minutes prior to the advertised departure time
  • If arrival is likely to be delayed please inform the experience provider urgently, as they may be able to offer alternative options
Departure Location
  • The tour departs from the Jabiru Airport
What To Bring
  • Dress in suitable clothes and enclosed footwear.
Additional Information
  • Flights are subject to favourable weather conditions. If cancelled due to poor weather, passengers will be given the option of an alternative time and/or date. In the instance that rescheduling is not a possibility, the experience cost will be returned as RedBalloon credit.
  • All tours are sold on a per seat basis. All flights are confirmed with a minimum of two passengers unless otherwise stated. There is a possibility of cancellation after confirmation if there are not enough passengers to meet requirements. In the event of this occurring you will be offered an alternative.
Terms And Conditions
  • Weight limitation of 130kg per person (please advise if you are this weight)
  • Children (4-14years old) must be accompanied by an adult
  • Infants are free of charge if they are seated on someone's lap (please advise at the time of booking)
  • All flight times are approximate and routes and flight paths may vary due to weather and traffic control or at the pilot’s discretion
Cancellation Policy
  • Reservations cancelled inside of 72 hours (3days) from departure will forfeit payment in full Reservations cancelled between 72hours and 168 hours (7 days) from departure are refunded 50%; and Reservations cancelled beyond 7 days will receive a full refund.
Booking Information
  • Confirmation in the form of a tour voucher will be received at time of booking
  • Upon completion of purchase, please print the voucher and present on day of the experience
  • Vouchers can also be presented on your mobile device for this attraction
  • Availability was accurate at the time of booking however, is subject to change due to circumstances out of our control
  • For your information, complete Tour Operator Information including contact details is included on your tour voucher
  • We strongly suggest reconfirming your booking with the tour operator within 24 hours of making your booking and prior to making other travel arrangements

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