The Djukbinj National Park is a 131 km ² large park in the north of the Northern Territory, Australia.


The park is 59 km east of Darwin. It consists of two parts, the Cape Hotham sector in the north on the coast, and the Marrakai sector along the Arnhem Highway. Through both parts of the Adelaide River flows.


As part of the vast "wetlands ", the swamp and rainforest areas of Australia's Top End, the national park is home to a variety of water birds, including Spaltfußgänse, herons and brolgas.

The administration is subject to the Parks and Wildlife Commission of the Northern Territory, together with the local Aboriginal people, the traditional owners.