Twin Falls Information

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Twin Falls Information

Twin Falls is set in the Arnhem Land escarpment, in the magnificent World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park. Take a ranger-guided boat cruise, followed by a bushwalk and a scenic stroll along a boardwalk to the cascading Falls. You will be rewarded by panoramic views of the towering red escarpment and sparkling waters. Afterwards, sit down and relax on the white sandy shore.

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