Exploring the top end

Kakadu National Park

World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park, covers more than 19,000 square kilometres (almost half the size of Switzerland) at the top end of Australia in the Northern Territory. Around every corner is another surprise, billabongs filled with lotus flowers and massive salt water crocodiles or ancient aboriginal art work hidden away under huge jagged escarpments. Kakadu is a must visit in Australia

Watching the sunset over the wetlands

Giant lily pad

Natures own infinity pool

Gunlom Falls

Skippy with a snack

Didgeridoo - is a wind instrument developed by the indigenous Australians over 100 years ago

Most of Kakadu is owned and managed by the traditional land owners. Australian Aboriginals are the oldest living culture on earth dating back almost 50,000 years

Katherine Gorge

Katherine Gorge

How cute are baby crocodiles

Sunset dancing at Mindil Beach

Fire twirling at Mindil Beach Market

Ubirr rock art site

Kakadu oldest aboriginal paintings are up to 20,000 years old. You can see some fascinating records of more recent events too - look out for the 'first contact' paintings at Nanguluwur, showing the tall ships that first brought Europeans to our land.

A perfect sunset over the national park

Yellow Water Billabong

What huge teeth you have 😱

Jim Jim Falls from the air

Jumping crocodiles on the Adelaide River

Sunset over the national park

Delicious Aussie meat pie 😊

Natures beauty

Perfect reflection on the river

Kakadu is home to 280 species of bird, that's over 1/3 of Australian bird species

Bird Watching

Yellow Water Billabong

My unsuccessful attempt at indigenous art 😳

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  • raejmartens

    Excellent thanks Garry. I think you also connected with Paul Arnold. I'd like to do some photography tours with him.

  • tbyrnes

    Crocodiles and kangaroos! What a place. Loved your aboriginal artwork too 👌😊

  • garry_norris

    @tbyrnes thanks Tricia, Kakadu is such an amazing place

  • garry_norris

    @raejmartens hey Rae, yeah I done the yellow water billabong sunset cruise with Paul, he is such a awesome photographer and his tours are worth every cent