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Additional sites in Kakadu re-opening this Friday

Additional sites in Kakadu re-opening this Friday

Posted on 24 June, 2020 in Kakadu, Top End Locations

After re-opening Kakadu National Park on the 19th of June in stage 1, we will now be moving to stage 2 this Friday the 26th of June. This next stage allows for camping once again and sees a variety of popular tourist sites back online, including one of our favourites; Ubirr...

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​The best waterfalls in Kakadu

​The best waterfalls in Kakadu

Posted on 15 June, 2020 in Kakadu, Top End Locations, Waterfalls

If you’re seeking an adventure, rewarded with a picture-perfect waterfall and swimming hole at the end, Kakadu is your place! This world heritage listed national park is bordered by the Arnhem Land escarpment, and this is where the majority of the waterfalls begin. Cascading down the escarpment walls these waterfalls have gouged crystal clear pools below over millennia and are usually edged by pandanus and palms - amazing! All are accessed via the Kakadu Highway and there are many amazing sites to spend a day or two or three...

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Yekke season - it's a great time to visit Darwin & Kakadu

Yekke season - it's a great time to visit Darwin & Kakadu

Posted on 28 May, 2020 in Kakadu

Distant smoke haze hovers over the ocean as the sun sets to create bands of firey reds and oranges. The Territory is home to daily stunning sunsets, but the annual ‘burn offs’ in May & June make these extra special evening skies potentially one of the best times to visit Darwin. Nature dictates the beginning...

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Walking Grades for the 5 Day Kakadu, Arnhem Land and Cobourg Peninsula Tour

Walking Grades for the 5 Day Kakadu, Arnhem Land and Cobourg Peninsula Tour

Posted on 30 April, 2020 in Hiking

Our walk grading system has been created to provide potential guests with accurate information about what to expect for each specif walk while on tour. You can then gauge your suitability for taking part in a particular walk or tour. It is the responsibility of the individual to assess their own ability and best determine whether the walk/tour is suitable based on their own skill level. We are more than happy to discuss this with you in detail if you are unsure. Our system grades walking trails on a difficulty scale from Grade 1...

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Spear fishing in Arnhem Land – how to make an Aboriginal fishing spear

Spear fishing in Arnhem Land – how to make an Aboriginal fishing spear

Posted on 22 April, 2020 in Arnhem Land, Culture, Fishing

Aboriginal people have been making fishing spears for millennia. Today, throughout Arnhem Land they are still a very important hunting tool and are commonly used, especially along the coastal regions. The technology hasn’t changed a lot, they are still basically a long straightened stick with a pointed end. These days iron spear tips are used instead of sharpened stone, bone or wood. Although a relatively simple design, making a spear and using one effectively takes a lot of skill and perfection...

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