Warradjan Cultural Centre Tours

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Located at the heart of the Kakadu National Park, the Warradjan Cultural Centre is devoted to telling the stories of Kakadu’s traditional landowners – the Aboriginal people (known locally as Bininj or Mungguy) who have inhabited the region for more than 50,000 years. 

For visitors to Kakadu, the cultural center offers an important insight into the park’s history and its deep Aboriginal ties. Fascinating multi-media exhibitions focus on the lives of the ancient clans, the role of the tribal elders, hunting techniques, bloodlines and marriage rights, as well as the effects of white settlement and the recent history of the park. There’s also a gallery of Aboriginal arts and crafts and a gift shop on-site. 

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The Warradjan Cultural Centre is located in Kakadu National Park, around 300km east of Darwin and is open daily from 9am-5pm. Entrance is free. 
Address: Kakadu Highway, Kakadu NT 0822, Australia
Hours: Open daily 9am-5pm
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