‘A Taste of Kakadu’ to give visitors the taste of indigenous food


Kakadu is going to host an interactive food festival named A Taste of Kakadu where visitors will get the opportunity to explore indigenous cuisine and influences.

The Kakadu National Park, which is a UNESCO World Heritage site, is bursting with abundant fresh food. The options are so diverse ranging from magpie goose to barramundi and bush tucker delicacies that everyone will find something to suit their taste.

Photo Credit: Tourism Northern Territory

Going to be held on from May 12 and 21, it will showcase the most famous produce of the region including the Kakadu plum – first-ever super food in the world. People joining the festival will also get the chance to interact with the local indigenous populations who have been a part of that region for more than 50,000 years.

You can participate a broad range of activities including sunset tasting sessions, bush tucker walks, boutique dinners, cooking demonstrations, campfire stories, and more. Go to the Parks Australia website to have more details about the events and activities.

Photo Credit: Tourism Northern Territory

In fact, visiting Kakadu this year will be more exciting than ever because Kakadu Tourism has announced a range of initiatives in 2017 for the travellers. Besides, the Crocodile Hotel, the famous accommodation in Kakadu, went through refurbishments, which will be followed by further upgrades.

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