Photographic Expedition Kakadu and Beyond
Kakadu National Park is a World Heritage Area covering some 20,000 square kms. Waterfalls tumble from the red cliffs of the Arnhem Land escarpment into shady pools; tranquil wetlands teem with animal and birdlife while 40,000 years of Aboriginal cultural heritage is on display in the numerous hidden rock art galleries. The opportunities for photography are as varied as they are spectacular. While visits to Kakadu's main attractions are on our itinerary including a cruise on Yellow Waters (a favourite haunt of saltwater crocodiles) it is when we get off the tourist tracks that Kakadu reveals its true magic. Our bushwalks are a highlight with opportunities to wander through remote gorges to sparkling waterfalls for a quick dip before heading to our overnight camp.
|DAY 1||Join Darwin, drive to Kakadu, Ubirr, Art site.|
|DAY 2||Yellow Waters Cruise, Nourlangie|
|DAY 3||Maguk (Barramundi Falls), drive to Gunlom;|
|DAY 4/5||Waterfalls and Gorges of Southern Kakadu|
|DAY 6||Territory Wildlife Park for wildlife photography, return to Darwin where trip concludes|