After a stop in Darwin, Shelby’s Wildlife Walkabout itinerary continues on to Kakadu National Park. This is Australia’s largest national park on dry land, covering nearly 8,000 square miles, and offers a chance to explore the country’s tropical north. It is home to countless plant and animal species, including one-third of Australia’s bird species. It’s also been home to the Aboriginal Bininj/Mungguy people who have lived here for 50,000 years. At the end of your day exploring the park, you’ll return to the Anbinik Kakadu Resort, one of the area’s best hotels which has been recognized for its innovation architecture and is located on lush tropical grounds.