Djukbinj National Park is part of the Marrakai Plains, the park
contains a portion of the catchment area and drainage for Adelaide
River. Consequently the abundance of water year-round assures the
park's importance as a feeding and roosting site for a variety of
waterbirds including magpie geese, egrets and brolgas.
Location: 70 km east of Darwin along the Arnhem Highway. Free admission.