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Twin Falls

Twin Falls, Kakadu NT 0822, Australia

Introduction of Twin Falls

Gemini Falls (Twin Falls) is located in the Northern Territory's World Cultural and Natural Heritage dual Heritage Kakadu National Park (Kakadu National Park), near Jim Falls (Jim Falls), on top of the cliff of Annemite. A left-to-right waterfall of 44 to 51 meters is one of the most famous attractions of Kakadu National Park.

Visitors can travel by boat through deep canyons to the vicinity of Twin Falls, and then to the bottom of the waterfall through wooden roads. Twin Falls consists of two waterfalls that flow side by side, and because they are two, they are called Twin Falls.. The waterfall galloped down a 180-meter-high cliff, beneath which was a quiet beach and a large pool. The beach was white and the pool was crystal clear and transparent. It was a good place to take a break and take a breath of fresh air. The clear current made every visitor here want to swim. Visitors can reach the top of the waterfall, but need to walk for nearly two hours and enjoy the full view of the waterfall.

Note that: Twin Falls may not be able to travel due to weather reasons, please go to the tourist Center (Bowali Visitor Centre:Kakadu Hwy, Jabiru NT 0886) and purchase tickets for cruise ships.


  • Tickets are required to enter Kakadu National Park, please refer to the Kakadu National Park page.

Open time:

    All day
Australia - Northern Territory
Attraction - Natural
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