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The wet season in Kakadu National Park is a mesmerizing spectacle best appreciated from the air. Lasting from November to April, this time of year transforms the rugged landscape into a lush, green paradise.


Jim Jim and Twin Falls, once trickling streams, swell to magnificent waterfalls. The cascading waters carve through the rainforest, offering a breath-taking aerial view that captures the essence of this vibrant season.

However, it's worth noting that air travel during the wet season can be subject to changing weather conditions. Sudden storms and rainfall may affect flight schedules, so it's essential to stay informed and prepared for potential delays.

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