Situated in the heart of Australia’s largest national park sits one of the world’s most identifiable hotels, the Mercure Crocodile Hotel which this year celebrates its 30th anniversary! The Indigenousowned, four-star hotel is shaped like a saltwater crocodile and is one of the region’s most famous inhabitants. Conveniently located in the township of Jabiru, it’s the perfect base to explore the World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park. The opening of the ‘Croc’, as it is known, in 1988 followed the worldwide success of the cult movie classic, Crocodile Dundee, which was filmed in Kakadu. Mercure Kakadu Crocodile Hotel
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