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Arnhem Land, Kakadu, Nitmiluk & Litchfield Walk

Arnhem Land, Kakadu, Nitmiluk & Litchfield Walk

Premium 8-day Pack-Free walk

Embark on this extraordinary journey deep into the northern expanse of Arnhem Land, a once-in-a-lifetime experience that leads you into this Aboriginal Sacred site where the exclusive Davidson Arnhem Land Safari Lodge awaits. This remarkable destination remains inaccessible by mainstream tourists, travelling in our 4WD bus we are granted the rare privilege of staying in this exceptional setting for 2 nights. With a history spanning over 50,000 years, you’ll be entranced by the unspoiled magnificence of this region, home to the world’s largest collection of magnificent rock art. Just a short 15-minute drive from the lodge lies a breathtaking six-meter rainbow serpent rock art, an unforgettable sight to behold. Prepare to be awestruck by the extraordinary rock catacombs, pristine natural swimming pools atop towering escarpments, lush rainforests, meandering valleys, and enigmatic caves. During your stay you’ll be intimately connected with the ancient heritage of the area, engaging all your senses during walks and activities. Cruise through a labyrinth of canals created by paperbark trees and wetlands with rich red escarpment as a backdrop. This landscape teems with an astounding diversity of birdlife, including an impressive assembly of 275 bird species. Elegant egrets, vibrant Cockatoos, poised cormorants, vivid kingfishers, graceful brolgas, and majestic sea eagles come together in a symphony of life in this region.

Our journey then continues into Kakadu, where we delve into the Nourlangie, Jim Jim Falls, and Mary River regions. You’ll also experience two captivating regions within the dramatic expanse of Nitmiluk National Park, home to the awe-inspiring Katherine Gorge, and get the chance to swim in the waterfall holes of Litchfield National Park. You will only visit Kakadu once and this is an experience not to be missed!



Pack-Free Walking Experience

One of the biggest drawcards of this tour is that our guests won’t be asked to carry their clothes or overnight bags for the entire tour, these will be transported for you each day. With Life’s An Adventure, you will carry as little as your water bottle, camera and lunch each day!


Arnhemlander Wilderness Cruise

Wow Factor inclusion

Embark on a journey through the rainforest and meandering through the channels to arrive at a waterfall. A cruise through the many water channels and the open floodplains in Arnhemland is sure to excite as you pass the resident crocs and some of the 275 bird species found in the region. Finish up with a glass of wine and nibbles as the sun sets over the floodplain.

Nitmuluk Sunset River Cruise

Sunset River Cruise

with 3 course dinner and sparkling wine in Nitmiluk

Sit back and relax on a Sunset Dinner Cruise in Nitmiluk, Katherine Gorge and enjoy the tranquil surroundings. Discover the stories and ways of the Jawoyn people against the magnificent backdrop of the Nitmiluk Gorge which will be changing colour with the setting sun. Tour includes a three course candle light dinner, featuring fresh, local Australian produce cooked on board, and a complimentary glass of sparkling wine.


Davidson Arnhemlander Safari Lodge

Set in Restricted Area

Located within the expansive 700 sq-km remote expanse, Davidson’s Arnhemland Safaris at Mt Borradaile stands as a registered Aboriginal sacred site. This exclusive leased area is nestled adjacent to the Arnhem Land Escarpment. The property is embraced by a landscape adorned with rugged ranges that gently meet serene billabongs, expansive flood plains, tranquil paperbark rivers, and vibrant monsoonal rainforests, collectively crafting a truly enchanting wilderness haven. Revel in the meticulous attention to detail that befit an eco-lodge, all with the distinct touch of Arnhem Land’s uniqueness. Situated within a natural bush backdrop, the lodge showcases contemporary furnishings in a new and tasteful manner. Its layout encompasses a dining room, lounge, bar, library, and a spacious outdoor deck, perfect for alfresco dining, all of which overlook the inviting sandstone-paved pool.


Cooinda Lodge

Cooinda Yellow Waters Region

We’ve chosen 2 nights at Cooinda Lodge for its close proximity to the amazing walks of southern Kakadu. This beautiful outback Lodge beside Yellow Water Billabong features a swimming pool to cool off after a day’s walk and modern air-conditioned rooms with ensuite. Dinners at the lodge are a true outdoor Australian alfresco dining experience. With a wonderful menu featuring an array of local produce such as barramundi and crocodile.

Nitmiluk Cabins - 1

Nitmiluk Cabins

2 night stay Katherine Gorge

Nestled within the breathtaking Nitmiluk National Park, Nitmiluk Cabins are a short stroll to Nitmiluk (Katherine Gorge) and provide a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in the rugged landscapes, as you wake up to the serene sights and sounds of the park’s lush surroundings. With a range of cosy and well-furnished accommodations they cabins are perfect base for exploring the stunning Nitmiluk Gorge.


Litchfield Outback Resort

Close to Litchfield National Park

We’ve chosen the best accommodations near each walk to reduce travel time. Situated close to Litchfield National Park, these rooms feature private balconies/patios with pool and garden views, ideal for unwinding after a day of adventure. Enjoy ensuite facilities, large LCD TVs, and complimentary Wifi throughout your stay.


Our CEO Guides

Chief Experience Officers

Our guides are truly exceptional at what they do. We call them our CEOs – Chief Experience Officers and it’s their job to ensure your tour exceeds your expectations. Our guide’s caring attitude and wonderful outgoing nature ensure your tour is relaxing, fun and informative.


Local Produce and wines

Included on your tour

Mealtime is a special time on tour. Not only does it provide the opportunity to get to know your fellow travellers in a relaxed environment, but it also allows you to sample regional specialities. On tour we have many highlight dinners including a special outdoor campfire dinner at Hawk Dreaming Lodge and at Cooinda lodge enjoy outdoor dining under the stars with the choice of regional delicacies such as crocodile and emu.


Personalised Tours

and personalised service

Our group sizes are small and intimate with a maximum of 12 people, we find this delivers more personalised service, a great social environment and has less impact on the environment.


Genuinely all-inclusive

We provide a genuinely all-inclusive experience. When you travel with us you won’t need to keep putting your hand in your pocket to pay for additional items not included in your tour, such as meals, wine, activities, cruises.

NO Credit Cards Fees!

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Tour Itinerary

Tour Inclusions
Arnhem Land, Kakadu, Nitmiluk & Litchfield Walk

This is an all-inclusive tour with no hidden extras:


  • Pack Free Walk – Carry only a day pack


  • Arnhem Land sunset cruise
  • 4WD tour and walk to Jim Jim Falls
  • Sunset cruise with 3-course dinner and sparkling wine in Nitmiluk National Park


  • 2 nights at the exclusive 4-star Davidsons Arnhemland Safari Lodge in northern Arnhemland
  • 2 nights accommodation at beautiful Cooinda Lodge, Yellow Waters
  • 2 nights accommodation at Nitmiluk Cabins
  • 1 night accommodation at Litchfield Outback Resort


  • Complimentary Australian wine served with evening meals
  • 7 x delicious restaurant dinners featuring beautiful local produce
  • 7 x buffet breakfasts
  • 8 x lunches
  • Fresh fruit and trail mix to enjoy during your walk


  • Professionally guided – Our CEO’s – Chief Experience Officers are passionate, well trained and enthusiastic with the ability to bring to life a depth of information
  • Transfers to/from Darwin to Kakadu in our 4WD bus
  • National Park Fees
Day 1: Arnhemland - Davidson Arnhemland Safari Lodge
Arnhem Land, Kakadu, Nitmiluk & Litchfield Walk

SUGGESTED PRE-TOUR ACCOMMODATION: We suggest the Novotel Atrium Darwin ideally located on the esplanade overlooking Darwin Harbour.

MEET TIME: 6.45am meet in the foyer of the Novotel Atrium Darwin

TRAIL NOTES: Total walking: 5kms. Medium walk includes 250m climb

TERRAIN: A combination of formal paved path and natural trail that can be rocky underfoot. There is a short climb, over uneven rock, at Ubirr.

WALK ITINERARY: Our journey begins at the Novotel Atrium Darwin where you will meet your guides and jump onboard our 4WD bus. Enroute we stop for a short break in the Mary River region. We continue to famous Ubirr Rock for our mid-morning walk. Our walk leads us along a path that guides us through a sequence of natural rock galleries leading to the top of the escarpment where we’ll be treated to breathtaking panoramic views that overlook the vast expanse of Kakadu National Park. From here we head to Cahill Crossing to enjoy lunch overlooking the river on viewing platforms. Afterwards we leave the rest of the tourists behind as our Arnhemland land adventure begins by traversing Cahill Crossing and making our way to the secluded northern reaches of Arnhem Land. This leg of our expedition leads us to Davidson’s Arnhem Land Safari Lodge, our exclusive retreat for the next two nights. After settling in we head out for our afternoon walk, taking in consideration of the area’s sacred significance, we’ll be under the guidance of a knowledgeable local guide. This area is known for the world’s largest Rock Art collection and its rare collections of magnificent work needs to be seen to be believed. We wander along a creek and up through eroded rock platforms to witness the spectacular six-metre Rainbow Serpent artwork, it will be one of the most amazing examples of rock art you are likely ever to see. Tonight unwind and fully appreciate the picturesque surroundings of your unique lodging. Indulge in a delightful dinner, expertly served within the lodge’s restaurant, accompanied by a selection of fine wines.

Please note crossing Cahill crossing is tide dependent and our itinerary above may be adjusted to work in with the low tide times which allows us to cross the river.

Day 2: Arnhemland - Walk through the World's largest collection of Rock Art - Sunset cruise
Arnhem Land, Kakadu, Nitmiluk & Litchfield Walk

TRAIL NOTES: Total walking: 8kms. Medium walk includes 250m climb. Combination of walks available – flexible for each person which ones you elect to partake in.

TERRAIN: A combination of formal paved path and natural trail that can be rocky underfoot.

WALK ITINERARY: After breakfast, we set out for today’s walk to explore major art sites, delving into catacombs of rock sculptures and astounding artworks. Arnhem Land’s rock art spans an unbelievable timeline, from 50,000 years ago to just two centuries back, depicting European encounters and ancient creatures like Tasmanian tigers. Walking along the escarpment, surrounded by fig tree roots and pandanas palms, the excitement is tangible. The rock art galleries, unparalleled in quality, quantity, colorfulness, and preservation, make this area magical. They tell prehistoric stories, transporting you to another era, depicting extinct animals such as a Tasmanian devil a rare sight since rediscovery and offering a window into the past. Following our walk, we indulge in a refreshing swim at a nearby billabong nestled high on the escarpment, offering the reassurance of being crocodile-free. This untouched natural swimming oasis, perched on the escarpment’s heights, invites safe and serene aquatic enjoyment. The sandy bed and exceptionally clear water create an inviting space to take a cooling dip. It’s yet another exquisite location radiating pure beauty. As the afternoon unfolds, we’ll embark on a captivating cruise aboard a shallow-bottomed boat, navigating through a mesmerizing labyrinth of canals, their banks adorned with majestic paperbark trees. Our journey will lead us into the embrace of magnificent open wetlands, their horizons framed by distant red escarpments that lend an awe-inspiring backdrop. This panoramic scene encapsulates one of our most remarkable ecosystems, where the vast wetlands teem with an astounding array of egrets, magpie geese, cormorants, kingfishers, the stately presence of brolgas, and the free-spirited drift of sea eagles. We finish our cruise with a glass of wine and nibbles as the sun sets over the floodplain. Later we head back to the lodge for a wonderful dinner served with wine.

Day 3: Arnhem Land - Nourlangie Region Walk
Arnhem Land, Kakadu, Nitmiluk & Litchfield Walk

TRAIL NOTES: Walk 1: 4.2km, 1.5 hours of walking. Easy grade.
Walk 2: 1.5km, 2 hours of walking. Moderate Grade

TERRAIN: The first walk of the day begins with an easy, flat trail along the billabong’s edge, followed by a ladder climb and a brief scramble over rocky terrain to reach the lookout point. The second walk begins with a wide, paved track before encountering steep and rugged sections, involving scrambling over broken slabs of rock.

WALK ITINERARY: After an early breakfast, we head south and make our way back to Kakadu by returning across Cahill Crossing. Today we head to Nourlangie Region for a dramatic walk in Kakadu’s Stone Country. Begin your adventure with the Anbangbang Billabong and Nawurlandja Lookout track, circling the picturesque billabong where birdlife thrives and wallabies seek refuge under paperbarks. Marvel at the views of Nourlangie Rock as you navigate through shaded areas and scramble to the Nawurlandja Lookout for breathtaking vistas. Spot jabirus along the shore before concluding your journey. Then, embark on the Nourlangie Art Site track, traversing steep and rugged terrain to discover ancient Aboriginal artwork at Anbangbang Rock Shelter. Delve into stories of Nabulwinjbulwinj and Namarrgon depicted in the captivating art. Continue to Gunnwarrdehwarrdde Lookout for panoramic views before descending stone steps and concluding your exploration.

The next two nights are spent at the beautiful outback resort of Cooinda Lodge beside Yellow Water Billabong. This wonderful lodge features a swimming pool and modern air-conditioned rooms with ensuite. Tonight we enjoy true outdoor Australian alfresco dining experience. Enjoy a wonderful menu featuring wonderful local produce such as barramundi and crocodile.

Please note crossing Cahill crossing is tide dependent and our itinerary above may be adjusted to work in with the low tide times which allows us to cross the river.

Day 4: Jim Jim Falls walking and 4WD experience
Arnhem Land, Kakadu, Nitmiluk & Litchfield Walk

TRAIL NOTES: Total walking 3 kms. Medium grade. Easier option available.

TERRAIN: This natural walking trail can be rocky and sandy underfoot. There is some scrambling over large boulders.

WALK ITINERARY: Enjoy an early breakfast then we head out by 4WD to experience the remote and spectacular Jim Jim Falls, the crown of Kakadu National Park. Our walk is to the spectacular Jim Jim Falls gorge and plunge pools. Enjoy a leisurely walk to the river where you will see views of the Jim Jim Falls gorge, you can relax here taking in the amazing views down the gorge or continue on. For those that wish to swim in the plunge pools at the base of the falls, the second half of the walk requires scrambling and rock hopping and requires a good amount of agility. The closer you get to the end of the gorge the more impressive it becomes and worth the effort to get there. Sit down and relax on the sandy white beach, take in your amazing surroundings and the pretty plunge pool surrounded by enormous vertical cliffs and after all that rock scrambling definitely go for a swim. We also have the option to walk to the top of the escarpment overlooking Jim Jim Falls for magnificent views. Afterwards, enjoy the drive back to Cooinda taking in spectacular vistas of the Arnhemland Escarpment. In the afternoon enjoy time to relax at the resort. Tonight enjoy a relaxing outdoor dinner in the lodge restaurant.

Please note: Today’s touring is subject to the opening of Jim Jim Falls. If for any reason these areas aren’t open alternative locations will be substituted.

Day 5: Maguk Walk and Motor Car Falls Walk
Arnhem Land, Kakadu, Nitmiluk & Litchfield Walk

TRAIL NOTES: Total walking 8.5kms.

TERRAIN: This natural walking trail can be rocky and sandy underfoot. There is a steep climb, which is rocky and uneven.

WALK ITINERARY: After breakfast, we set off to explore the Mary River region in the southern part of Kakadu National Park to walk. Today we enjoy a series of short walks with a refreshing waterhole swim. The reward for each walk. The first of our walks take us to Maguk previously known as Barramundi Gorge an awesome gorge with a big plunge pool. The walk follows Barramundi Creek through monsoon forests with lush thick vegetation and interesting plants, birds and lizards to admire. Here we will walk to the head of the falls for magnificent views, the pool at the top of the falls is flanked by tall vertical cliffs then head on down to the plunge pools for a relaxing swim to cool off. Afterwards we head to Motor Car Falls. Surrounded by forest this small waterfall remains one of Kakadu’s hidden gems and is a favourite in the tropical summer when Kakadu’s larger falls tend to be inaccessible. Although it’s a bit of a trek at 7.5 kms return, it’s well worth the effort. Especially if you want to sit under the spray of the waterfall by swimming across the pristine pool. We may even see wallaroos along the way!

Afterwards, we transfer from Pine Creek to Katherine. For the next 2 nights, we stay at Nitmiluk Cabins a short stroll to the gorge. Tonight enjoy dinner in a local restaurant

Note: due to warmer weather in the Territory our guides will determine the best walking experiences for the day. Early morning starts will mean we will walk in the cooler part of the day. Some days include several short walks. Most walks include a swim to cool off during the walks.  All walks outlined above are subject to them being open. Note we start our walks in June to try and avoid this, however due to weather some walks may not be opened until later in the season. When walks are not opened alternative walks or activities will be substituted

Day 6: Nitmiluk National Park Walk
Arnhem Land, Kakadu, Nitmiluk & Litchfield Walk

TRAIL NOTES: Total walking 12kms – moderate. Easier walking options available of 4.8km

TERRAIN: This natural walking trail can be rocky and sandy underfoot and there are short, steep ascents and descents, in and out of the gorges.

WALK ITINERARY: After breakfast, we head to Nitmiluk National Park. Nitmiluk to the south of Kakadu National Park has its own appeal and beauty and is endowed with features not found in its larger and more renowned neighbour. The major attraction in this area is Katherine Gorge which has been cut over centuries into the sandstone of the Arnhem Land escarpment by the Katherine River. We start our day with a walk to Butterfly Gorge and follow the gorge rim which showcases stunning views of rocky escarpments and shady valleys with rainforest and refreshing swimming holes. We visit pretty Butterfly Gorge a shaded side gorge frequented by black and white butterflies before returning. Later we return to Nitmiluk Cabins with the remainder of the day at leisure before we enjoy a celebratory sunset cruise up the spectacular Nitmiluk (Katherine) gorge with a three-course dinner featuring fresh, local Australian produce cooked by one of the chefs on board, accompanied by a glass of sparkling wine.

Day 7: Edith Falls (leilyn) Walk - Lake Bennett
Arnhem Land, Kakadu, Nitmiluk & Litchfield Walk

TRAIL NOTES: 9kms return. Grade Moderate. Easier Option available 2.6kms. Grade Moderate

TERRAIN: Well-formed trail, with a good compact surface, some rocky sections and sand.

WALK ITINERARY: On our final day, we enjoy breakfast and head towards the northwestern part of Nitmiluk National Park to explore beautiful Edith Falls (Leilyn) a series of cascading waterfalls and plunge pools where the Edith River descends the Arnhem Land escarpment. Our walk begins with a climb into escarpment country through bushlands of spinifex and grevillea listening out for the calls of the local birds. Once at the top dramatic views can be seen of the spectacular Upper Pool. This is a wonderful place that has a stunning waterfall and swimming hole and is the perfect place to cool off after a walk. We will spend time here sitting under the waterfall and soaking up the dramatic scenery. Afterwards, we make our way to Litchfield Outback Resort. Tonight enjoy a final dinner with your fellow guests including wine.

Day 8: Litchfield National Park Walk - Darwin
Arnhem Land, Kakadu, Nitmiluk & Litchfield Walk

TRAIL NOTES: Total walking: 7kms. Grade moderate.

TERRAIN: A combination of formal paved path and natural trail that can be rocky underfoot. Short, steep ascent and descent at Tolmer Falls.

WALK ITINERARY: After breakfast we head to Litchfield National Park for the last of our walking adventure. This beautiful National Park is renowned for its stunning waterfalls which cascade from a sandstone plateau called the Tabletop Range. Today’s walk takes us from Florence Falls to beautiful Buley Rockhole. Along the track, you will experience plenty of birdlife, including honeyeaters, kingfishers and pigeons. Besides birdlife, you might spot other wildlife as well including northern quolls and black flying foxes. Arriving at Buley Rockhole we stop for a refreshing dip in the crystal clear waters and watch the streams cascading over the rocks in this beautiful oasis. After lunch, we continue walking to the lookout at Tolmer Falls, where you can view water cascading into a stunning pool below and linger in the rock pools above the falls. Afterwards, we make a brief stop at spectacular Wangi Falls, surrounded by monsoon rainforest where you can enjoy a cool swim in the pool. From here we head back to Darwin the end of a fantastic journey

Tour Availability

We run regularly scheduled tours from June to August every year. This is the best time to travel as all Kakadu regions have generally been opened by this time. We will also consider opening up a new departure date if we have enough demand. Email us at walks@lifesanadventure.com.au

Date of your choice is available for groups of 10 -12 people. Subject to availability.
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Spot Special saving of up to $500 per couple or $250 per person available on specific departures when you pay in full at time of booking.

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If you are a solo traveller willing to share a room, we will attempt to match you with another solo traveller of the same gender. If we can’t find you a match of the same gender by around 8 weeks prior to the tour, you will be charged the single supplement cost.

For those wanting to guarantee their own room, a single supplement cost will be charged at the time of booking. Subject to availability at time of booking.


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PAST PASSENGER DISCOUNT: Those who have travelled with Life’s An Adventure previously, receive a past passenger discount of $100. This discount will automatically be deducted from future bookings when you book online using the same email address used for past bookings.

SUPER EARLYBIRD CANCELLATIONS: Cancellations are not permitted for Super Earlybirds, Earlybird Deals or Spot Specials, however, transfers to another date are permitted 8 weeks or more prior to departure. We advise taking out travel insurance, in case unexpected circumstances prior to the trip, prevent you from joining this tour. Early bird or Spot Special discounts cannot be used in conjunction with another offer. To receive these special discounts, full payment must be made at the time of the initial booking.

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Exclusive departure dates can be organised for groups of 10 or more subject to availability.

Additional Information

  • Prices are per person in Australian dollars and include GST.
  • A deposit of $300 per person is required to secure your booking. (unless taking advantage of Earlybird or Spot Specials in which full payment is required at time of booking).
  • Note: If you are booking within 90 days of your departure date – we will require full payment at the time of booking
  • Prices are based on twin share of rooms. If you are travelling solo you may be required to share with someone of the same gender. If this is not suitable you can request to pay a single supplement, however, limited single rooms are available per trip so are on a request basis.
  • No Credit Cards fees.
  • Payments must be made online via our NAB (National Australia Bank) secure payment page via credit card (Visa or Mastercard) or over the phone.
  • We advise taking our Travel Insurance to cover items such as cancellation of tour due to minimum numbers not met, or adverse weather conditions, injury, evacuation, delayed flights, illness, etc.

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  • Address: HEAD OFFICE: Shop 7, 1306 Pittwater Road
    Narrabeen NSW 2101.

    Guests can meet this tour at our Life’s An Adventure Premises:
    29/6955 Arthur Highway, Port Arthur.
  • Phone: (02) 9975 4553
    After Hours: 0457 002 482
  • Email: walks@lifesanadventure.com.au
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