Google Blog: Take a walk through Kakadu on Google Street View

Google Blog: Take a walk through Kakadu on Google Street View. “In Australia’s Top End, you will find the country’s largest national park: Kakadu National Park. Covering almost 20,000 square kilometers (about half the size of Switzerland) and with terrain encompassing wetlands, rivers and sandstone escarpments, it’s home to the world’s oldest living culture with more than a dozen Indigenous groups. One-third of Australia’s bird species, an estimated 10,000 crocodiles and approximately 2,000 plant species can also be found in the Park. Today, on its 40th anniversary, we’re inviting people across the world to visit Kakadu National Park on Google Street View—to walk through ancient ‘stone country’, stare at spectacular waterfalls and discover ancient rock art.”