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Arnhem Land Tours For Families

Arnhem Land Tours For Families

Posted on 02 September, 2016 in Arnhem Land, kids, family, Culture

This blog is for the intrepid parents wishing to escape the crowds, immerse themselves in the natural wonders and ancient culture of Arnhem Land but don’t know whether it’s totally appropriate or even possible to bring the kids along with them...

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Collecting your own seafood buffet at Cobourg Coastal Camp!

Collecting your own seafood buffet at Cobourg Coastal Camp!

Posted on 22 August, 2016 in Cobourg, Seafood, Arnhem Land

Yesterday morning when the tide was at its lowest and the reefs were exposed, I had the great pleasure of accompanying a small group of guests on a nature walk along the pristine sand of the Cobourg Peninsula. Our ultimate goal was to forage for morsels to serve for dinner that evening...

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Green Turtle Hatchlings on the Cobourg Peninsula

Green Turtle Hatchlings on the Cobourg Peninsula

Posted on 18 August, 2016 in Cobourg, Wildlife

Recently at Cobourg we stumbled across a very welcome surprise... It was day 4 of the tour and Luke was guiding a group around the 'Coast Road' on the northern beaches of the Cobourg Peninsula. It was here they bumped into the head ranger’s wife Emma who had just rescued 34 (very cute) Green Turtle hatchlings!

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​Seniors Coach Tours Not For You?

​Seniors Coach Tours Not For You?

Posted on 04 August, 2016 in Seniors, Arnhem Land, Kakadu, Katherine, Litchfield

There are a number of coach tours for seniors on the market these days. They provide a range of tours across the Top End; through Kakadu, Litchfield, Katherine and there's even an Arnhem Land tour on offer now. They all cater for a specific market and most of them do it very well. But what if you consider yourself a senior but don't think this style of touring is for you? Well please read on...

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THE BURN! Putting in a Firebreak at Cobourg Coastal Camp

THE BURN! Putting in a Firebreak at Cobourg Coastal Camp

Posted on 27 July, 2016 in Cobourg, Arnhem Land, Environment

For guest’s safety and to preserve the infrastructure, an annual burn around the perimeter of the camp is essential. This fire break provides a barrier between the camp and any rogue hot fires which can occur during the dry season if menacing undergrowth is allowed to accumulate...

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