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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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​The Arnhem Land Escarpment

​The Arnhem Land Escarpment

Posted on 14 June, 2018 in Arnhem Land, Tours, Culture

The Arnhem Escarpment is spectacular. It is a huge plateau which has been used by Indigenous people for centuries for shelter and to find food. However today, due to the relatively difficult terrain, most of it is rarely visited. People usually elect to visit other nearby attractions first or just view the escapement form a distance. If you choose to visit during the rainy season, you’ll be treated to lush green terrain with huge waterfalls pouring over the sides of the cliffs. The dry season offers easier accessibility and some good swimming options as well as the opportunity to see a myriad of ancient rock art sites...

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​Five things you didn’t know about Gabarnmung

​Five things you didn’t know about Gabarnmung

Posted on 07 June, 2018 in Arnhem Land, Rock Art, Culture

It might not be as well-known as Ubirr or ​Nourlangie Rock in Kakadu, but Gabarnmung, located on the lands of the Jawoyn Aboriginal people in south-west Arnhem Land, is remarkable in its own right. Thought to be home to the world’s oldest art, Gabarnmung is so remote that it is accessible only by helicopter and so sacred that it is currently closed to people not of the Jawoyn tribe by decree of the traditional owners. Here are five mind-boggling facts that you probably didn’t know about Gabarnmurg...

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A remote Top End eco-volunteering tour

A remote Top End eco-volunteering tour

Posted on 20 May, 2018 in Environment, Kakadu, Wildlife, Arnhem Land, Cobourg, Volunteering

We've teamed up with Conservation Volunteers Australia to offer a unique opportunity to see some of the most beautiful and environmentally diverse parts of the Top End while at the same time helping conserve these critically important regions through marine debris removal...

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6 Day East Arnhem Land Safari

6 Day East Arnhem Land Safari

Posted on 20 March, 2018 in Arnhem Land, Culture

See the world’s oldest living culture firsthand as we take you on a journey into the remote East Arnhem Land. The tour travels overland from Darwin then along the Central Arnhem Road visiting various Aboriginal homelands and communities en route to Nhulunbuy (Gove)...

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