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We have a sturdy off-road stroller - but still...it's a stroller! Also are there shady places to rest/diaper change?? Thanks!

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    Possible ... yes, probably. But I'd recommend baby-backpacks not strollers. If you are going in via Darwin, the only real way to see Kakadu is via 4WD anyway, although Litchfield is more accessible. Nice swimming but flies can be a problem and watch out for Crocs! over 9 years ago

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    Suggest that you book a bus tour over 9 years ago

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    yes, of course you can take kids into National Parks, see some sights, do some short walks... and still expect to enjoy yourself. I do agree with OriginalNomad though that baby backpacks would be better than a stroller - it can be very dusty and sandy and although there are some places with cement paths/boardwalks etc, it'd be a shame to be confined in that way.

    As to whether you should book a bus tour... that would suit some people, but I'd rather arrive in my own time and not be herded around. Sometimes with babies you just need a little bit more time to get stuff done and take a break, and that wouldn't necessarily suit the bus tour schedules. over 9 years ago

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