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​Exploring Litchfield National Park’s historical sites

​Exploring Litchfield National Park’s historical sites

Posted on 15 September, 2020 in Litchfield, Top End Locations

A historical tour of Litchfield National Park will show you this region of the Northern Territory is so much more than just swimming under stunning waterfalls, ruggedly beautiful Australian landscapes, and second-to-none outback adventures (although these are certainly some of the park’s best highlights!). From sites of Aboriginal significance to the tough pioneering days, Litchfield National Park is steeped in a rich history that proves you don’t have to go far from Darwin to take a step back in time. Read on to hear about the history of this Top End gem...

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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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​Litchfield National Park’s top attractions

​Litchfield National Park’s top attractions

Posted on 18 December, 2019 in Litchfield, Top End Locations, Waterfalls

You don’t need to travel far from Darwin to immerse yourself in the magnificent landscapes and history of the Australian outback – it’s all there to experience in Litchfield National Park, just an hour-and-a-half drive from the Northern Territory’s tropical capital city. We’ve rounded up the top must-dos in this untouched pocket of the Top End region below...

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​Which is the best Yellow Water Cruise?

​Which is the best Yellow Water Cruise?

Posted on 14 August, 2019 in Kakadu, Top End Locations, Birdwatching, Wildlife

Cruises on Kakadu National Park’s Yellow Water Billabong are ridiculously popular, and for good reason – these wetlands boast at least 60 bird species, including majestic sea eagles, dancing Brolgas and graceful Jabirus. Yellow Water Cruises can get wild, with crocodiles asserting their position at the top of the food chain among sleepy water buffalo and galloping wild brumbies. There’s always so much to see on a cruise; the trouble is knowing which time of the day is best to experience this natural wonder. Read on for our insider tips...

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