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A remote Top End eco-volunteering tour

A remote Top End eco-volunteering tour

Posted on 21 May, 2018 in Environment, Kakadu, Wildlife, Arnhem Land, Cobourg, Volunteering

We've teamed up with Conservation Volunteers Australia to offer a unique opportunity to see some of the most beautiful and environmentally diverse parts of the Top End while at the same time helping conserve these critically important regions through marine debris removal...

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Kakadu for Kids

Kakadu for Kids

Posted on 19 April, 2018 in Kakadu, family, kids

Remember family holidays when you were a kid? Your parents would drag you along to boring museums, and you’d be stuck indoors with nothing to do but be annoyed by your little brother. We’ve all been there, and it's not fun. But what if we told you that we know a holiday destination that kids love? It’s a place where natural, outdoor adventure and cultural experiences can be found around every corner. It’s a place where the words "I'm bored" and "are we there yet?" are never uttered. When it comes to choosing a family holiday destination, look no further than Kakadu...

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6 Day East Arnhem Land Safari

6 Day East Arnhem Land Safari

Posted on 21 March, 2018 in Arnhem Land, Culture

See the world’s oldest living culture firsthand as we take you on a journey into the remote East Arnhem Land. The tour travels overland from Darwin then along the Central Arnhem Road visiting various Aboriginal homelands and communities en route to Nhulunbuy (Gove)...

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Wildlife Cruises in Kakadu and Arnhem Land

Wildlife Cruises in Kakadu and Arnhem Land

Posted on 06 February, 2018 in

The size, remoteness, low population, diversity of environments and the ongoing protection of Kakadu and Arnhem Land makes it one of the worlds most pristine terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems. One of the best ways to experience the diversity of wildlife and get a snapshot of such an enormous region is to book yourself on a cruise.

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Information about visiting Nourlagie in Kakadu

Information about visiting Nourlagie in Kakadu

Posted on 30 November, 2017 in Kakadu, Tours, Rock Art

It’s late afternoon and as the dust settles behind our 4WD Landcruiser we arrive at Nourlangie Rock, an UNESCO World Heritage rock art site hidden among Kakadu’s lush monsoon rainforest. Archaeologists have revealed that Aboriginal people have been using this shelter for at least 20,000 years; an epic history of human occupation lies beneath our feet but amazingly an even richer ancestral dreamtime story is being told in the rock shelter above our heads...

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