Twin Falls, Jabiru (Kakadu National Park)

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#8 of 14 in Nature in Kakadu National Park
Waterfall · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
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The Twin Falls (Kundjeyhmi: Gungkurdul) is a cascade waterfall on the South Alligator River that descends over the Arnhem Land escarpment within the UNESCO World Heritage–listed Kakadu National Park in the Northern Territory of Australia. In 1980, The Twin Falls area was listed on the now-defunct Register of the National Estate.
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  • Very much a must see site. Plenty of people cooling off in the water. Not far from the carpark. Take your camera as well as sunscreen and fly repellant. 
    Very much a must see site. Plenty of people cooling off in the water. Not far from the carpark. Take your camera as well as sunscreen and fly repellant.  more »
  • We took a helicopter ride around here and the view was just out of this world, well worth the money and got some great photos 
    We took a helicopter ride around here and the view was just out of this world, well worth the money and got some great photos  more »
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  • During our stay in Kakadu, we took a chartered flight across the area is it was the height of the Wet Season and the area had been saturated with the most rain in almost two decades. The weather held out and we were rewarded with unparalleled views of Twin Falls - absolutely stunning!
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