There is 1 way to get from Darwin to Kakadu National Park by bus
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Bus, travel • 3 h 59 min
Questions & Answers
The distance between Darwin and Kakadu National Park is 200 km.
The best way to get from Darwin to Kakadu National Park without a car is to bus and travel which takes 3 h 59 min and costs .
It takes approximately 3 h 59 min to get from Darwin to Kakadu National Park, including transfers.
What companies run services between Darwin, NT, Australia and Kakadu National Park, NT, Australia?
There is no direct connection from Darwin to Kakadu National Park. However, you can take the bus to Aurora Kakadu Resort then take the travel to Kakadu National Park.
Greyhound Australia is the country’s only long distance bus operator running services in all states and territories. Greyhound Australia has been operating for 110 years and is the leading bus company in Australia. The extensive network now covers most of the Australian mainland and services more than 5 million passengers every year. Buses are equipped for the long journeys, with free WiFi, air-conditioning, full disability access, USB chargers in every seat and an on-board restroom.
Bus from Darwin to Aurora Kakadu Resort
- Ave. Duration
- 3 h
- 3 times a week
- Estimated price
- $17 - $50
- Book at
- $17 - $25
- $25 - $35
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