Breathtaking: Drones capture footage of Australia’s Kakadu National Park

Done Footage of Kakadu National Park
Drone Footage captures Nourlangie Rock. Credit: Tourism NT

For the first time, drones have been permitted to capture footage of Kakadu National Park in Australia.

Kakadu National Park is renowned for its Aboriginal cultural sites and the Aboriginal people have occupied the region for for more then 40,000 years.

Located in the Northern territory of Australia, the park  stretches over 20,000 square kilometres.

The aerial video highlights the parks Yellow Water Billabong and the Nourlangie Rock.

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