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Kakadu National Park

Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kakadu National Park is known for the richness of aboriginal cultural sites and the most scenic Australian nature. This is the largest national park in the country and the second-largest in the world. Amazing biodiversity, ancient rock paintings, mangrove swamps, monsoon rainforests, wetlands, rivers, gorges, and waterfalls all can be found in this magnificent park.

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