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For the first time, drones have been used to record footage from the 20,000 square kilometre World Heritage listed Kakadu National Park.

The Bininj and Mungguy people, traditional custodians of this land, granted permission for the footage to be shot, giving the world a bird's eye view of the region.

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For the first time, drones have been used to record footage from the 20,000 square kilometre World Heritage listed Kakadu National Park.

The Bininj and Mungguy people, traditional custodians of this land, granted permission for the footage to be shot, giving the world a bird's eye view of the region.