Kakadu National Park – what an ancient patch of the world. The land demands your respect, from its rich cultural indigenous heritage to the ever relentless scorching heat. The place is massive – a quarter the size of Tasmania – and the countries largest national park. This size, you feel it – you sense it’s grandeur as the endless kilometres of Top End woodland draws your attention for hours on end. And of course, lurking mostly hidden in every drop of muddy water, there’s the living fossils – the Estuarine Crocodile Crocodylus porosus.
Heading into Kakadu – it’s an adventure definitely worth making the trip north for!
(You can click on the images to get a proper look at them).
For a wider selection of images, there’s another batch of photos from other areas in the park you can check out here.
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