You'll find the locality of Marrawal in the Northern Territory about 240km southeast of Darwin (show me). Marrawal is at an altitude of about 339m above sea level. The nearest sea is the Timor Sea which is part of the Indian Ocean about 170km north-northwest of Marrawal.
Marrawal is located within the Kakadu National Park. There are 42 other localities within the Kakadu National Park: Ankarrkarrkarrmi, Arnhem Land Plateau, Balma, Bekluk, Bowali Visitor Centre, Bukardi, Bukbukluk Lookout, Burdulba, Cahills Crossing, Cairncurry Plain, Callanan Claypan, Culaly Plain, Deaf Adder (Golondjorr), Djenjdjedmi, Djuwarr, Gagudju Crocodile Hotel, Gunberdel, Gunbumbuk (Black Jungle Range), Gungurul Lookout, Gurrwirluk, Ikoymarrwa Lookout, Jim Jim Ranger Station, Kakadu Resort, Kambolgie, Malabanjbanjdju, Mamukala, Manassie Floodplain, Marnanj (Magela Plain), Marndoki, Muril, Nadjikluk (Fisher Head), Namarrgon Gorge, Nanjbagu (Boggy Plain), Naramu Camp, Nidenbam, Nourlangie Rock, Sandy Billabong, Sleisbeck (Jenwunay), Ubirr, Warradjan Aboriginal Cultural Centre, Yinangankarrh and Yurmikmik.
The nearest more populous place is the village of Pine Creek which is 77km away with a population of around 470 (show me a map with Marrawal and Pine Creek).
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20/6/13 3:30PM (EST); 2:30PM (CST); 1:30PM (WST)