Kakadu Dreams trip
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June 11th, 2007 – by: pathurley
7:00am pickup from your accommodation - meet your group and guide
Jumping Croc Cruise
A morning boat cruise on the beautiful Adelaide River teaming with birdlife and of course our infamous salt water crocodiles. A small group enables you to get up close and personal while feeding these hungry monsters from the safety of the boat! An awesome way to start the day...
Amazing to watch. Beautiful eagles out as well.
Bark Hut Inn
An outback tradition, here you have a chance to stock up on film, drink, snacks and meet some of our local wildlife such as emu, buffalo and more!
Cathedral Termite Mounds
Home to one of the longest living insects on earth, up to 100 years old these structures are unique to the northern parts of Australia.
Fantastic photo opportunity for the Top Ends birdlife, particularly magpie geese
1 Km sandstone walk through ancient aboriginal artsites. Be educated on the dreamtime and history of our indigenous ancestors. Hike to top for spectacular 360 degree views of the East Alligator floodplains.
Yellow Waters Billabong
Famous for its abundant birdlife, finish the day with a sunset nature walk. Night drive to Jim Jim campground.
Real Bush Camping
Through admin errors and all, didn't have a sleeping bag. So really slept under the stars. Cold cold night! Croc hunting was cool though.
Found a snake in the shallows.
Set up camp and then dig into our famous bush BBQ with T.bone, kangaroo, fresh salads and more.
Vegetarians also catered for.
Jim Jim Falls & Twin Falls
Real 4 wheel driving, hiking, exploring, swimming or just relaxing.
Maguk ( Barramundie Gorgie )
2 km hike around the falls and upper reaches of the gorge. Superb spot for swimming, snorkeling and exploring.
Bowali Visitor Centre
Design by the traditional owners of Kakadu this area offers static displays and cultural information on the oldest continuing culture in the world.
Nourlangie Rock Artisite
20,000+ years of aboriginal art culture and history. We take you on a 1 km hike through this sacred area learning about the dreamtime and mythology of the spiritual and sorcery art.
Boasting the largest reptile population anywhere in the world. Fogg Dam is out last stop where we will watch a breathtaking sunset and search for water python.
Return Darwin approx. 8pm
Amazing scenery, and lots of familiar sights from the Crocodile Dundee movies.
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