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Kakadu National Park covers almost 20,000 square kilometres and is one of the few World Heritage Areas that have been listed for both their cultural and natural heritage. The park protects the one of the finest and most extensive collections of Rock Art in the world. "Kakadu" comes from an Aboriginal Floodplain language called Gagadju. It is a cultural landscape shaped by spiritual ancestors of aboriginal people during the Creation Time.
"If you respect the land, then you will feel the land. Your experience will be one that you cannot get anywhere else in the world" – Brian Buruwei – Wurrkbarbar Clan, Aboriginal Traditional Owner.