Yellow Water

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The Yellow Water wetlands are a popular spot to see crocodiles as well as bird life including Jabiru storks. The seasons dictate how you will visit this area. A boardwalk provides a good vantage point for observing wildlife during the early dry season; later in the dry (when the water has dried up) there is a walk (1km) across the floodplains to a viewing platform. In the wet you’ll need to take a cruise on the river, although these cruises operate year round.

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Cooinda, off Kakadu Highway, 50km south of Bowali Visitor Centre, Kakadu National Park NT 0886
Telephone (08) 8938 1120
Admission Jan–Mar $90–99; Apr–Oct $72–99; Nov–Dec $90–99
Open 6.45am–6.30pm daily

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  • Louise, 23 Jun 2012

    Sunrise cruise is a must, it's so beautiful to wake up with the animals

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  • Margarita, 16 Apr 2012

    Once the water recedes the cruises depart from here rather than Home Billabong

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  • TC, 16 Apr 2012

    This is a highlight and should be afforded, Lionel is a great guide.

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