Gagudju Crocodile Hotel lies in the township of Jabiru, within the heart of the World Heritage listed Kakadu National Park. The hotel's unique shape was chosen by the Gagudju people, the traditional inhabitants of Kakadu National Park. A a two and a half hour drive from Darwin.
Nature has taken 2000 million years to mould Kakadu, and Aboriginal
people and their culture have thrived there for 60,000 years. Kakadu's most
renowned attractions are: the Nourlangie and Ubirr rock art galleries bearing
a painted record of continuing aboriginal culture; the Yellow Waters billabong
with its variety of flora, fauna and bird life; the sandstone escarpment towing
400 metres above dense rainforest; and the thundering Jim Jim and Twin waterfalls
which only flow after the rains in the summer season.
Facilities : 110 guest rooms, swimming pool, car parking, 2 meeting rooms - capacity 250.
Holiday Inn Hotel, Gagudju Crocodile
Flinders Street, Jabiru, Kakadu National Park NT 0886
Holiday Inn Gagudju Crocodile Hotel, Kakadu NT
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