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The Best Rock Art in Kakadu

The Best Rock Art in Kakadu

Posted on 31 July, 2018 in Kakadu, Rock Art, Culture

Kakadu is a living cultural landscape with World Heritage listed rock art sites throughout. Some sites have been dated at over 20,000 years old and provide a visual record of the the oldest living culture on earth. Within the Park there are 3 rock art sites open to the public and each offers something different and worthy of exploration. The 3 sites include; ​Ubirr​, ​Nourlagie & the lesser known ​Nanguluwurr...

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​The Kimberley’s Beautiful Bungle Bungles

​The Kimberley’s Beautiful Bungle Bungles

Posted on 21 July, 2018 in Kimberley

When you think of Western Australia’s Kimberley region, you picture towering escarpments, secluded waterfalls and swimming holes, and red-dirt highways leading straight to the beating red heart of the Australian outback. But the jewel in the Kimberley’s crown is the mesmerising World Heritage-listed Purnululu National Park, home of the Bungle Bungle Range, which erupts from the scorched desert plains around 300 kilometres from Kununurra...

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Moline Rockhole - Kakadu National Park

Moline Rockhole - Kakadu National Park

Posted on 08 July, 2018 in Kakadu, Top End Locations

Covering almost 20,000 square km of exceptional natural beauty and unique biodiversity, there is a lot of ​Kakadu National Park to explore. There are also a lot of people exploring it, especially the more well known sites so it's nice to find a place a bit off the beaten track. Moline Rockhole is one of these lesser known sites but in our opinion one of the best!

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An 8 Day Family Friendly Tour of the Northern Territory's Top End

An 8 Day Family Friendly Tour of the Northern Territory's Top End

Posted on 04 July, 2018 in family, kids, Litchfield, Kakadu, Arnhem Land, Cobourg, Private Charter

This tour was designed for an extended family of 16 people, ranging in ages from 5 to 70! The purpose of the trip was not just a fun holiday but a chance for the children to learn about the land, its Indigenous people and their culture. The tour begins in Darwin, then travels south to Litchfield, followed by Kakadu (via Pine Creek), then into Arnhem Land and up to the Cobourg Peninsula (finishing with a scenic flight back to Darwin). These guests travelled in July. The tour included...

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How and when to safely cross Cahills Crossing 

How and when to safely cross Cahills Crossing 

Posted on 19 June, 2018 in Arnhem Land

Cahills Crossing is located in the Northern Territory on the East Alligator River approximately a 3.5 hour drive east of Darwin in Kakadu National Park. It is named after the legendary buffalo hunter Paddy Cahill (1863–1923) who was one of the first European pioneers of the region. Today, the crossing offers the only road access point between Arnhem Land and Kakadu National Park. It's a notorious river crossing due to high water flow and abundance of saltwater crocodiles. Evidence of overturned vehicles scattered along the edge of the causeway act as a timely reminder of the dangers of crossing when water levels are too high...

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