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Bushwalking & Hiking in the Northern Territory

A 1.7km loop, the Nourlangie Walk is a mix of flat wide paths and moderate climb up and down rock steps. It visits some beautiful examples of art from the Kakadu region as well as a cave that dating...
After spending 8 weeks in Kakadu this year watching the season change and bushwalking as much as possible I get very excited when family and friends ask for ideas on what to do. My parents recently asked me for some...
Kakadu is full of vantage points with beautiful views. Some area easy to get to while others require hours of walking but luckily Mirrai Lookout is somewhere in the middle. Quick Fact Box - Mirrai Lookout Walk Length: 2km Return* Grade: Moderately...
I'm scared of a lot of things. I am basically a fair weather, soft adventure enthusiast which is why among many things I'm terrified of crocodiles. I love seeing them, just obviously don't want to risk swimming with them! So...
The 'Wet Season' in Kakadu runs from approximately November to mid May however no two wet seasons are the same. It is a unique time to visit the park where water is abundant and the landscapes are vibrant green...

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