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Information about visiting Koolpin Gorge in Kakadu National Park

Information about visiting Koolpin Gorge in Kakadu National Park

Posted on 03 March, 2017 in Kakadu, Tours, Birdwatching, Photography, Hiking

Koolpin Gorge is located in the southern part of Kakadu National Park. It isn't just another tourist spot to tick off the list. It really is a hidden gem that many tourists miss as it's not as easy to access and a permit is required. Koolpin's a beautiful gorge with a creek running through it and surrounded by the pristine wilderness. Koopin is actually it's western name, its Aboriginal name is...

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Visiting Twin Falls and Jim Jim Falls

Visiting Twin Falls and Jim Jim Falls

Posted on 19 February, 2017 in Kakadu, Tours, Top End Locations

Twin Falls and Jim Jim Falls are arguably two of the most famous waterfalls within Kakadu National Park. They are located in a central region of the Park and are only about 10 kilometers apart so are usually explored together on the same day. Visiting both at once makes even more sense when you consider the drive in from the Kakadu Highway is about 2 hours in each direction...

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Small mammals of the Cobourg Peninsula

Small mammals of the Cobourg Peninsula

Posted on 15 January, 2017 in Wildlife, Cobourg

'There are few places left on this continent with close to pre-settlement mammal populations and I'm lucky enough to work in one of them.' - David McMahon, Venture North head tour guide.

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Kimberley Cattle Station Tours

Kimberley Cattle Station Tours

Posted on 04 November, 2016 in Kimberley, Tours

Tourism through the eyes of the landholders. The Kimberley region of Western Australia has a rising number of cattle stations entering the tourism market and offering authentic outback experiences you'll never find in a national park. Here's where to go....

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An Arnhem Land Tour into Gapuwiyak

An Arnhem Land Tour into Gapuwiyak

Posted on 26 September, 2016 in Arnhem Land, Culture

Each year we run a handful of really in depth cultural tours into some of the most remote parts of Arnhem Land (an area of Indigenous owned land over twice the size of Switzerland!). On every one of these tours we have local Yolngu (Aboriginal) people show us first hand their way of life. These are very special trips and they provide an intimate glimpse into the worlds oldest living culture. Earlier this year we took one of these tours into the Indigenous community of Gapuwiyak...

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