Australia has over 600 National Parks… yes, really. 6 of these are managed by the central government, and the rest are managed by the states they are in. You could spend years just exploring National Parks in Australia and barely scratch the surface! They’re home to a variety of landscapes and habitats: Daintree rainforest, eucalypt forests in NSW, desert in Uluru-Kata Tjuta, waterfalls and gorges in Girringun National Park, wetlands in Kakadu, coral reef in the Great Barrier Reef, wilderness in Freycinet in Tasmania, mountains and wildflowers in the Grampians, beaches and coastline on the Whitsundays, Australia’s highest peak in Kosciuszko… there’s so much nature to be explored, and so many unique plants and animals to see here.
Kakadu is the largest of the National Parks at a whopping 20,000 square kilometres! It’s also a great place to see ancient Aboriginal rock paintings.
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