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Gunlom Waterfall Creek, Kakadu National Park
Categories: Waterfalls, Nature & Parks
Cool off with a dip in Gunlom Waterfall Creek. Sitting at the base of Gunlom Falls, a 30-m (100-ft) waterfall in Kakadu National Park, the natural infinity pool provides expansive views over the park's verdant hills. Walk up to the site on a steep path, taking anywhere from 30 minutes to an hour. You can go all the way to the top of the falls, which run as a trickle during dry spells and roar after rains, for the most commanding views. The pool makes a cameo in Crocodile Dundee, but no crocodiles actually reside here. Visit at sunset for the most striking scenery. Plan to see Gunlom Waterfall Creek and other attractions that appeal to you using our Kakadu National Park itinerary builder.
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Have been coming here since school camp and the novelty doesn't wear off. You have to climb up the top. It only takes 20-30 minutes to climb, and allow yourself atleast an hour or two at the top for a... read more »
Best investment on this trip is our trekking poles. As we watched young kids race up the hill we were glad for the extra help. Well worth the effort to the top. Views are spectacular and the swim in t... read more »
Steep climb to the swimming holes but absolutely worth it. My 6 year old managed it. We were the only ones there and it was just perfect.
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