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Kakadu and Arnhem Land Wildlife Tours

Kakadu and Arnhem Land Wildlife Tours

Posted on 12 February, 2016 in Arnhem Land, Birdwatching, Cobourg, Kakadu, Wildlife, Wet Season

Kakadu National Park and Arnhem Land are home to some of the most bio-diverse landscapes in the world. These two regions combined take up approximately 120,000 square kilometres. With so much country to cover and so many places to visit, where to begin? From access to wildlife hot spots, here's some local knowledge to get you started.

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Wonders of the wet-season - Amazing Kakadu tours and more!

Wonders of the wet-season - Amazing Kakadu tours and more!

Posted on 30 October, 2015 in Kakadu, Litchfield, Katherine, Wet Season

The wet-season is a time of lush green landscapes, epic sunsets and Hollywood quality lightning shows! Although a wet-season tour may not be no. 1 on everyone’s bucket list we have found many people who visit during the dry-season often seek to come back and experience the other side of the coin...

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Seasonal closure of Jim Jim and Twin Falls 2015 - Kakadu National Park

Seasonal closure of Jim Jim and Twin Falls 2015 - Kakadu National Park

Posted on 20 October, 2015 in Kakadu, Wet Season

Kakadu National Park has recently announced the closure dates for two of the Park's most popular waterfalls; Twin and Jim Jim Falls. Both of these sites you'll find within many a Kakadu tour itinerary but each year around this time they close to ensure visitor safety. The reasons for this are primarily due to...

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Northern Territory Photography Tours

Northern Territory Photography Tours

Posted on 21 April, 2015 in Photography, Kakadu, Arnhem Land, Wet Season, Cobourg

The Northern Territory is home to some of the most spectacular photographic locations in Australia. On a Venture North expedition you can get off the tourist trail and photograph some stunning locations without the crowds. Each photography tour is tailor-made to the specific needs of the client...

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Visiting Darwin In The Wet Season

Visiting Darwin In The Wet Season

Posted on 26 March, 2015 in Kakadu, Top End Locations, Wet Season, Wildlife, Birdwatching

The wet season officially begins each year at the start of November and finishes at the end of April - although the weather gods rarely follow any strict timeline! It's called a number of names including ‘the green season’, ‘the rainy season’ or simply 'the wet' by the locals...

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