Nourlangie’s Dreamtime Art Rocks!

After a satisfying picnic lunch at Angbangbang Billabong, our little group made our way to Nourlangie Rock (Burrunguy) to view Kakadu’s famous rock art gallery. Aboriginal art is the oldest ongoing tradition of art in the… Continue reading

4WD to Kakadu – Picnic Lunch at Angbangbang Billabong (#53)

It took a couple of hours to finally get out of the dirt road from Jim Jim and head northwards to view the rock art in Nourlangie. We made a stopover for lunch at Angbangbang Billabong, one of Kakadu’s… Continue reading

4WD to Kakadu – Jim Jim Falls

After the stint at Yellow Water to watch the sun set, we rushed to Garnamarr Camping Ground before the gates shut, or risk being locked out to sleep in the bush with crocs for company.  Garnamarr Camping Ground… Continue reading

4WD to Kakadu – Sunset at Yellow Water Billabong (#52)

Yellow Water Billabong is near the small settlement of Cooinda in Kakadu National Park. This massive wetlands is rich in wildlife and boasts of stunning scenery in an ever-changing vibrant landscape. The pretty water lilies dotting the… Continue reading

4WD to Kakadu – Barramundi Gorge (Maguk)

After enjoying a short timeout at South Alligator River, we headed south for Barramundi Gorge or Maguk. The turn off is about 50 km from the southern entrance to Kakadu National Park and Maguk is another 12 km… Continue reading

4WD to Kakadu – Picnic at South Alligator River

At just under 20,000 square kilometers, Kakadu National Park is an ecologically and biologically diverse area with many different landforms and habitat. These include the sandstone plateaus, jagged rocks, areas of savanna woodlands, open… Continue reading

Florence Falls – Licence to Swim

  A short distance away from Buley Rockhole is a track that leads to the viewpoint platform for Florence Falls. This majestic multi-tiered double waterfall cascades down from an elevation of 64 metres (210) ft) above sea level. It’s… Continue reading

A Splashing Time at Buley Rockhole, Litchfield National, Park, Australia

Another great place to unwind and chill out is Buley Rockhole in Litchfield National Park. Buley Rockhole is a series of rock pools that cascade downstream to a larger rock pool at the bottom. The whole place is… Continue reading

Picnic at Wangi Falls, Litchfield National Park, Australia

If you are looking for a short getaway from the heat of the Northern Territory, then Wangi Falls might be just the place for you. Situated 80 kilometers south of Darwin inside Litchfield National Park, the waterfall… Continue reading