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Sydney, Australia
Reviewed 10 February 2013

If a taste of Andy's chilli buffalo sausage is not for you - don't worry - there is freshly cooked grilled barramundi too! A fantastic offering of the local food available in Kakadu is just one of the many futures of Kakadu Culture Camp. A nights stay, in one of the camps deluxe safari tents, allows you to immerse yourself...

3Thank A-J L
Geelong, Victoria, Australia
Reviewed 3 February 2013

Kakadu Culture Camp is a place not to be missed if you're planning a trip to the Northern Territory. Andy, Jenny, Catherine, Jesse and the crew at Kakadu Culture Camp are fabulous hosts and very generous with their stories about their life, relationship to the Park and Aboriginal culture...I learned so much about what it is like to live in...

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Jakarta, Indonesia
Reviewed 22 August 2012

This is a must do while at Kakadu. There is lots of wildlife to see at the Billabong. The story telling is amazing. Some very nice insights into Aboriginal life. There is also a chance to throw spears and play the didgeridoo. And ofcourse the highlight is the meat tasting. Simply wonderful. Don't forget to carry some warm clothing though....

5Thank Amit_K22
Newcastle, Australia
Reviewed 24 May 2012

Our family stayed at the Kakadu Culture Camp in August 2011 - and although it was last year, I felt i should write a review to share our experience. Yes, an authentic Aussie experience is what you get when you stay at the camp. When we arrived we were met by the enthusiastic Andy who welcomed us to his camp....

7Thank Luckybel
Arras, France
Reviewed 6 September 2011

Kakadu Culture Camp is what you need if you want to have an insight into what it is really like to live in a national park like Kakadu (the hosts live there half the year). Andy gave us a warm welcome and made us feel at ease straight away. What is really nice about KKC is that we got to...

5Thank caroline77Arras
Melbourne, Australia
Reviewed 4 August 2011

Can't speak highly enough of Andy, Jen, Catherine, Freddie and Dougie at KCC. It was a real highlight of our NT adventure. We thoroughly enjoyed the company of this welcoming family and learned so much from them in 2 short days about indigenous connection with the land and the workings of the national park. Catherine and our kids loved each...

4Thank Cretto
Reviewed 17 July 2011

Have a good read before and after you have had a great experience with Kakadu Culture Club.GREAT Location to base your stay in Kakadu.Kakadu is an Inspiring Journey thru time.Kakadu attractions can easily be planned thru your travel professional or plan your Kakadu journey.Kakadu Culture Club is a wonderful environment and could be a key part of your Kakadu experience.

1Thank Hotelsareourlife
Brisbane, Australia
Reviewed 28 June 2011

Can't begin to relate how much this Culture Camp impressed us. Gives you a real appreciation of traditional aboriginal way of life.........Andy, Jen (and daughter Catherine) along with Doug (Jen's full-blood brother) give you wonderful insight into tribal fishing, food gathering and hunting. Displays and encouragement to have a go at spear throwing, playing didgeridoo and croc spotting make this...

4Thank aussiewendylou
Reviewed 1 August 2010

If you really want a taste of the real Kakadu then stay here. My husband and I stayed 2 nights at Kakadu Culture Camp and loved it! Late July was the perfect time to visit, the temperature during the night was in the low 20's which made it easy to sleep. The tents, though basic, were very comfortable. You get...

5Thank ATCF
Sydney, Australia
Reviewed 13 July 2010

This place is the best in Kakadu and definitely one of the best natural environment+ indigenous culture experiences I have had ....so why is it stacked out with international tourists: Germans, French, Belgians, etc but very few Aussies ?? If you want to understand and immerse yourself in the amazing, subtle, cultural and spiritual beauty of Kakadu... then Kakadu Culture...

4Thank helmah

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Kakadu Culture Camp has only 5 deluxe safari tents. Located in a delightful bush setting, they are clean and comfortable. All come with double bed and double bunks. Ideal for guests on our Kakadu by Night boat cruise, the tarrif includes dinner and breakfast in our 'bush bistro'. Centrally located to all of the Kakadu National Park World Heritage attractions, the camp offers a unique oprtunity to camp overnight with an Aboriginal family. ... more   less 

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Address: Djarradjin Billabong | Muirella Park, Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory, Australia
Region: Australia > Northern Territory > Top End > Kakadu National Park
Price Range: €111 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 5
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