Edith Falls

Today we are going to Kakadu! We approached from Katherine – after a visit to Edith Falls.


Tammy writes:

We are off to Kakadu National Park. This is so exciting! And yet, it is making me feel a little apprehensive. Kakadu is home to 10,000 crocodiles – a tenth of all the crocs in the Northern Territory (Yipes!)

Anybody ready for a dip? The beautiful, natural pools and cascading falls are major part of the experience of the Northern Territory.


Gunlom Falls

We are starting this part of our adventure with a hike to the top of the Gunlom Falls. We can’t let a few crocs stop us from taking a much-needed, refreshing dip into the cool infinity pool at the top. Look at that view!

To Cooinda

Yellow Water

Yellow Water is part of the South Alligator River floodplain and is one of the premier attractions of Kakadu.

Jabiru and Ubirr

From Yellow Water we travelled to Jabiru and then Ubirr to see the world famous aboriginal rock art.

To Darwin

Time to leave Kakadu and head to Darwin on the Arnhem Highway.



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