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Online Encyclopedia Britannica
Britannica Online: Provides an excellent overview of this topic. The best search term to find information is Kakadu.
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Library Catalogue. Non-Fiction Resources
Below are some of the Non-Fiction resources found on the library shelves for Kakadu. Hover over the (i) for additional information on the books.
Kakadu by A comprehensive resource on the topic of World Heritage. In Kakadu, learn how Kakadu came to be listed as a 'mixed' cultural and natural heritage site, and how it is managed and protected as a World Heritage site as well as a popular tourist destination.
Call Number: 919.4295 PYE
Kakadu National Park by A comprehensive resource on the topic of World Heritage. In Kakadu, learn how Kakadu came to be listed as a 'mixed' cultural and natural heritage site, and how it is managed and protected as a World Heritage site as well as a popular tourist destination.
Call Number: 919.42 PYE
Australia's Aboriginal Peoples by Indigenous Australians Encyclopedia set. Look up Kakadu and other links suggested on the page.
Call Number: 994.0049 BAR
Australia's Greatest Landmarks and Locations by From the Harbour Bridge to the Great Barrier Reef, Parliament House, the Great Ocean Road, Broken Hill and Uluru, this book celebrates the many diverse landmarks and locations that make Australia one of the most exciting countries on Earth. Some places have enormous cultural significance, reflecting our Indigenous heritage or our short history as a nation. And some places, of course, have both natural and cultural importance. After finding out about the greatest landmarks and locations of Australia.
Call Number: 919.4 GRA
Kakadu National Park - Introduction with Jacob Nayinggul
Kakadu Parks Australia – Department of Environment Jacob Nayinggul, a traditional owner of the area, provides a brief introduction to the Park and the values of the indigenous people.
National Parks : Kakadu
National Parks conserve the natural beauty of a region: unique landscapes, flora and fauna for present and future generations. But what qualifies as a National Park? In this documentary style programme we look at Yellowstone, The Lake District and Kakadu National Parks and the challenges they face. It provides a brief history of the National Park movement, the growth of tourism and its impact, the conflicts between recreation and conservation, mining and conservation, environmental and economic needs as well as various interest groups including local and indigenous communities living in National Parks.
A year in the life of Kakadu in Australia's Top End. Aaron Pedersen explains the six seasons recognised by the Bininj people and reveals the web of relationships between its species and the environment
Firekeepers of Kakadu
A documentary following the oldest surviving culture on Earth, the Bininj people of the Aboriginal lands of Kakadu, who maintain a traditional life, as they have done so for over 65,000 years.