Mamukala Wetlands

Point Of Interest

4.4 from 23 users


Off Arnhem Highway, Kakadu, Northern Territory


Mamukala wetlands is a bird-lover's dream. This short 3km walk allows bird-watchers to see an astonishing variety of bird life. The bird hide can be reached by wheelchair users. The first loop walk is unsealed but flat. Make sure to observe all croc safety signs. Never enter the water where crocodiles are present. Pets are not permitted. No camping or overnight parking allowed.

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Lat: -12.649413 Lng: 132.572653

User Reviews


User 2989978

Definitely worth a visit. It's truly stunning. Just sit quietly and watch the edrigs catching fish, magpie geese and the endless 60 species of bird life. The wetlands is a very special place and different to others I've seen. It has been declared as international importance and rightly so. If you don't have time for the walk 150m to the lookout


Dazz & Larry

Bird hide was worth the look



We didn't have time to do the walk but a quick stop and stroll out to the bird hide was really worth the effort. Heaps of birds and great iconic Kakadu view.


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