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Jabiru, Northern Territory was built in 1982 for the miners who worked at the Ranger Uranium Mine. It is in the Kakadu National Park. The township is held by the Jabiru Town Development Authority, which subleases to the mining company, private businesses, and government agencies. The Town Council is responsible for governmental activities for the town. The population, at the 2006 census, was 1,137 people. The town can experience heavy rains during wet season, October to April. Major highways, such as the Arnhern and the Kakadu, have been flooded to the point of completely cutting off Jabiru. In 2006 and 2007, the rains and subsequent flooding damaged the West Alligator Bridge, preventing any traffic on the roads for several weeks. Jabiru’s economy is supported, not only by the mine, but also by tourism. The little city provides the accommodation and supply support for visitors to the park. The town plaza has a supermarket, tackle shop, post office, news agency, souvenir shop, hairdresser, café, and more. The town’s emergency services and Council offices are also on the town plaza. There are several recreation spots in Jabiru, such as the town lake. Along with picnic areas and barbecues, the lake is the best spot for barramundi fishing.

Golf or Galleries

Despite the fact that you’ve left your clubs and other gear at home, you can still enjoy golf on this scenic nine-hole course within the Kakadu National Park. Jabiru Golf Club has everything you need for hire. If you aren’t interested in golf, it’s a short drive to the town plaza where you’ll find wonderful art galleries. Many of the collections feature Aboriginal art for sale. Take a tour of the outdoor rock art galleries.

Driving Tour

One of the best ways to see the Top End is on the Nature’s Way adventure route. The roads lead through Kakadu National Park. Some lead to the Katherine River where you can swim in the rockpools and waterfalls. Other roads lead to the world’s largest collection of rock artwork by Aborigines. Wherever you care to wander, you’ll find wonderful people, outstanding scenery, and memories for a lifetime.