The Australian government and the aboriginal people work together to manage the Kakadu National Park. It is a World Heritage site and the amazing views attract tourists year round. One of the most interesting attractions is the aboriginal rock art that can be found in the area. It is also home to a range of animals including the saltwater crocodile.
The flora of the Kakadu National Park is among the richest in northern Australia with over 1700 plant species which is a result of the landform geological and habitat diversity of the Park. The Kakadu National Park is also one of the worlds most weed free national parks. No wonder the Park draws hundreds of thousands of tourists per year.