National Geographic Magazine's Kakadu Cam
Live streaming video of Australia's wildlife
Sponsored in part by Tourism Australia

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Where is Kakadu?

Kakadu National Park sprawls across the northern tip of the Australian continent, about as close to Singapore as it is to Sydney. Most visitors arrive here by car from Darwin, the Northern Territory capital some 100 miles (161 kilometers) to the west. In the park they find spectacular scenery—vast wetlands, sheer cliffs, miles of coastline—plus a wealth of wildlife and a rich Aboriginal heritage.

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View the WildCam

There’s no telling what amazing creatures you’ll see at Kakadu National Park, a wonderland of wildlife, waterfalls, and Aboriginal rock art in Australia’s Northern Territory. National Geographic Magazine Online’s latest WildCam adventure gives you a 24/7 look at such animals as dingoes, crocodiles, wallabies, magpie geese, and jacanas. See these creatures and more via a solar-powered microwave link called Kakadu Cam, coming to your desktop live.
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Behind The Scenes

Discover why Kakadu National Park is the ideal place for our WildCam. Learn about its rich cultural history and its traditional owners, Aborigines who are active partners in the park’s management. And find out about the technical wizardry that brings all the Australian animal action to you live.
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Stay in a Kakadu frame of mind by downloading desktop wallpaper of billabongs, rock formations, and other scenic views of the park.

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