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We stayed somewhere close by and decided to go to the lake to see the sunset. You can't see a lot from the side where the parking spots and the playground are, but if you drive around the corner you can park there and walk...More
We did this walk when we first arrived on our holiday to Kakadu. It gives nice views of the lake and is through a little bit of forest. It’s flat and and an easy walk to do. I wouldn’t say it’s a must do, but...More
We thought that we would walk to Lake Jabiru from the Crocodile Hotel. It was so hot that we returned and fetched the car as it is a good 15-20 minutes on foot! It is possible to do a walking loop around the lake which...More
This lake is in town so it is enjoyed by local bike riders and families out for a stroll. If you visit for sunset then stop by the Jabiru sports club for a cool drink and bite to eat out on their deck.
We joined a group of enthusiastic bird watchers and families for a stroll around the lake looking for birds. This was a free community event put on by KNP. A great walk with lots to see, bird wise. Made us realize how much we miss...More
drove to Jabiru, seen the lake only to say we seen it didnt find anything speciel there, The only thing we found open was the bakery. but must check out the ranger mine however it appeared a lot has also closed down, plenty of burning...More
Great drive out to Jabiru, the town itself seemed to have a lot of things closed. The only thing open was the shop, seemed a shame as there was a lot of tourist wondering around. However plenty of places on the way back, however it...More
I stayed in Mercure kakadu crocodile hotel; this lake is like man-made; there was a public park with place for camping. The water in the lake is still and clean. This township is serving people who are working in the kakadu national park, tourism industries;...More
Looks like a man made lake , great outdoor facilities the bird life is amazing so prolific
-no cats allowed here and it show the birds are friendly and everywhere well worth a trip to the Kakadu wouldnt swim here though too many crocodiles