The Bowali Visitor Centre in Kakadu National Park features exhibits about landscape and wildlife of the Alligator River system. Kakadu stretches south almost 200 km from the mouth of the river and is 100 km wide. The park is home to thousands of species of plants and hundreds of species of birds, reptiles, mammals and insects.
You can also enjoy the cool of the air-conditioned centre to take time to plan your visit to the park, read in the library, and visit the cafe & Indigenous art gallery. A phone recharging station is also available.
Open 8.00 am – 5.00 pm every day except 25 December. Admission is free.
Additionally the Warradjan Aboriginal Cultural Centre near Yellow Water in the park. There are also Indigenous art and cultural sites to visit and a number of ranger tours and talks across the park.