Mamukala Wetlands

Kakadu National Park

Mamukala wetlands is a bird-lover’s dream. This short walk allows bird-watchers to see an astonishing variety of bird life.

Nestled into the paperbarks is an observation platform that allows you to quietly view the birdlife, there is also a mural that illustrates the seasonal changes that occur throughout the year.
With large numbers of magpie geese, kites, comb-crested jacanas, cormorants, willie wagtails, purple swamp hens, finches and kingfishers that congregate in this magnificent billabong this makes for one of the best birdwatching areas in Kakadu.
If you are lucky you may even spot an agile wallaby or the occasional crocodile loitering around the edge of the billabong.

Bird Watching
Wheelchair Accessibility
Swamp or Wetland

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