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Waterfall Creek

Kakadu National Park, Australia

Australia’s largest terrestrial national park, Kakadu covers more than 7,700 square miles of the country’s tropical north. A three-hour drive from the city of Darwin, the park provides limitless unique opportunities, such as the chance to see Aboriginal rock art, four-wheel drives through the Koolpin Gorge, bush-walks through monsoonal forests, and dips in Waterfall Creek’s refreshing plunge pools. When you’re ready to rest up, pitch your tent at a communal camp, retreat to one of the many luxurious resorts, or simply enjoy the peaceful solitude of a private cabin.

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