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Kakadu and Arnhem Land Tour Photos

Posted on 09 January, 2015 in Arnhem Land, Kakadu

Kakadu Tours and Arnhem Land Tours – The best guest photos from 2014

As the dry season has slowly made way to the dark clouds of the build-up, the smell of rain in the air is a sure indicator that we've once again fare-welled another amazing year of touring throughout Arnhem Land and Kakadu National Park. 

At Venture North we are reflecting on and embracing the top 10 photos that were taken by guests during the 2014 season. 

Here they are:

1. The dangerous waters of the Arafura Sea, far north Arnhem Land. (Can you spot the nine sharks?) Photo: Elliot Davidson

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2. A female Jabiru hunting for food on the East Alligator floodplain. Photo: Alice Pebay

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3. The impressive Jim Jim Falls in full flood. Photo: Alice Pebay

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4. Isaiah Nagurrgurrba displaying his artwork at Injalak Arts Centre, Gunbalanya, Arnhem Land. Photo: Des Smallwood

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5. Fish of the Day... A beautiful Spanish mackerel caught on the Cobourg Peninsula. First fish ever! Well done Linda. Photo: Linda Rothenberg

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6. A tawny frogmouth enjoying an afternoon nap on a low lying branch. Well spotted! Photo: Bruce Clements

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7. One of Australia’s cutest marsupials, the sugar glider (Petaurus breviceps ariel). This amazing creature is the only glider endemic to the Northern Territory and was captured at Cobourg Coastal Camp as part of ongoing survey studies. Photo: Ini Bini

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8. Snake whisperer/tour guide David Mcmahon attempts to remove this large olive python from  an outback track in west Arnhem Land. Photo: Linda Powers

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9. A sunny day in paradise: Bawaka Outstation, East Arnhem Land. Photo: Dave Trundle

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10. Stunning views from the top of Injalak Hill rock art site, Gunbalanya, Arnhem Land. Photo: Vanessa Manley

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A big thank you to everyone for sending in your photos. They really do capture what the Top End of Australia is all about!