Djukbinj National Park

National Parks and Reserves

Along the Arnhem Highway, about an hour’s drive from Darwin and forming part of the scenic Marrakai floodplains, Djukbinj National Park contains a portion of the catchment and drainage for the Adelaide River. The abundance of water all year round has ensured the park’s importance as a roosting and feeding site for waterbirds, magpie geese, egrets and brolgas.

Facilities

Birdwatching Carpark Disabled access available

Rates

Free Entry

Nearby Things to Do

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Jabiru

Adelaide River tours

Middle Point, Litchfield

didgeridoo demonstration

Pudakul Aboriginal Cultural Tours

Lambells Lagoon, Litchfield

Adelaide River Queen Jumping Crocodile Cruise

Adelaide River Queen Jumping Crocodile Cruise

Darwin

Dry stone wall remnants at Beatrice Hill Well.

Beatrice Hill Well and Stone Fences

Middle Point, Litchfield

Fogg Dam

Fogg Dam Conservation Reserve

Humpty Doo, Litchfield

Enjoy the scenery on the cultural drive

Djukbinj National Park

Humpty Doo, Litchfield

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