Kakadu Tours




Wayoutback's tours to Kakadu, Litchield and the Top End explore a constantly changing environment packed with wildlife, indigenous rock art and flowing waterfalls, all within reach of the vibrant city of Darwin. Kakadu, Litchfield, Arnhem Land and Nitmiluk (Katherine Gorge) National Parks are the iconic destinations of this remote frontier land.

Travel on a tour into Arnhem Land, spot crocodiles and an array of birdlife on a boat cruise, witness rock art created by the Indigenous custodians of this magical land with a small group of like-minded travellers.

We offer tours year round, and our itineraries are adapted to suit the dramatic changes between the wet and dry seasons. Our Kakadu tours are suitable for a range of budgets and include a choice of private campsites with permanent tents, basic bush tents or air-conditioned lodge accommodation. Questions about which Top End Tour is right for you? Don't hesitate to reach out to our friendly and helpful Reservations Team!


  • We utilise private, permanent campsites situated in remote and unique locations
  • Suited to your travel style - Basic bush camping, permanent tents or air-conditioned lodge accommodation! 
  • Whenever possible, we cook food over an open campfire 
  • Our Classic 4WD Tours include 4 wheel driving on outback bush tracks
  • We provide you with authentic Aboriginal interaction
  • Swim in remote and crystal clear waterholes

Our Budget Adventure tours to the Top End are camping style trips aimed at youthful, fun loving travellers on a budget in the 18 - 40 age group. Our Budget Adventure tours travel in air-conditioned minibuses or 4WDs.

Experience the best and most remote Top End campsites, and sleep in either basic bush tents or under the stars in a traditional Aussie Swag. If you're on a budget but still want to experience the Top End highlights, these trips are for you!


Our Classic 4WD tours to the Top End are suitable for all ages and for those seeking an authentic Top End experience with a higher level of comfort.

You'll sleep in permanent safari stye tents or you can upgrade to air-conditioned lodge accommodation, and you'll travel in a comfortable, air-conditioned 4WD truck on remote Outback roads with a maximum of 17 travellers.


Travelling in a group? Have a specific itinerary you'd like to follow? Let us use our Australia knowledge and planning expertise to help you craft the ultimate Outback experience on a private group tour.

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