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Spectacular all year - see this area from the ground in the dry season, and from the air in the wet season.The Jim Jim Area is only accessible by 4WD during the dry season. Visitors can explore the spectacular and challenging walks or take a boat...more
Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory, Australia
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I did a 3 days tour with Wayoutback to Kakadu and Litchfield and we visited Jim Jim Falls. The walk was quite hard with a lot of rock scrambling but we enjoyed it. I went for a swim all the way to the water falls....More
July 2017: Awesome, spectacular and definitely worth the hike in. Wear comfortable walking shoes in and change into those slip on aqua booties or old joggers for the walk across the rocks and in to the water. It's refreshing to say the least but one...More
Andrew from The Scenic Flight Company Kakadu took us out over Kakadu, did a couple of turns around Jim Jim to admire and get a tonne of photos. Absolutely gorgeous. You cannot get in there by vehicle in the wet season.
We went to Jim Jim Falls in the Dry season during 3 day tour through Kakadu.
We took a 4WD bus down to the beginning of the hike in with our group of 14 and began our hike in at about 8am.
The walk in...More
Beautiful walk that is quite easy to start with but requires climbing over large boulders for the end part. This would be challenging for those that are not fit and agile. The falls were not running but nevertheless this place is put magic. There is...More
What a walk to get to the end, a hard rough hike over lots of rocks but well worth the hike. We also stayed at the garamarra camp ground and that was great, a bit rough but great with the ranger telling us stories all...More
56 km of gravel road but only the last 6 km are 4wd .Walk to the beach pool and plunge pool are easy enough - about 50 min .
Remember the falls typically dry up during the dry but it is still DEFINITELY worth a...More
Response from Eremitoexplorer | Reviewed this property |
Kakadu is very civilised and they bend over backward to cater to the tourist. We went for 3 days and stayed 8...and could have stayed a month. You can see a lot with a standard car, and yes absolute access. The road are... More
Kakadu is very civilised and they bend over backward to cater to the tourist. We went for 3 days and stayed 8...and could have stayed a month. You can see a lot with a standard car, and yes absolute access. The road are excellent. A4X4 will give access to a few more areas but in two days no need. In the Darwin info centre buy your pass and pick up the brochure for what the pass covers. The talks and tours are amazing and free. I must recommend the Animal Track Safari, the Yellow River, the art gallery up in Ubirr and at Nourlangie. It is like any other National Park just owned by our indigenous and therefore much more care is taken of the environment. Its stunning!