Wednesday, 26 January 2011

Photographic Journey Arnhem Land: Kakadu: Northern Territory

The city lights of Darwin disappear into the background as five photographers from Sydney and Melbourne kissed civilisation goodbye and headed into Australia’s remote Top End.

Starting at Darwin and finishing at Nhulunbuy in far north-east Arnhem Land, the group drove more than 1500 kilometres and took more than 10, 000 images.

Join them, as they discover the warmth of the people that call this land home and a culture that thrives more than 50, 000 years on.

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The Saltwater Crocodile
Crocodiles are undoubtedly the most fascinating animal in the Northern Territory.
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Katherine Gorge
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Larapinta Trail
Explore a dozen different landscapes on a trek across the West MacDonnell Ranges.
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Northern Territory Birds
When you wake early to the sound of birds, it’s not too long before you learn to love them.
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The splash of colour from some of Australia’s most beautiful and rare bird species adds another dimension of vibrancy in the Northern tropics.
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Bird watching - Deserts
Stretching from Tennant Creek to Alice Springs and Uluru in the south, this region is home to a diverse range of rare and interesting bird species.
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Seasons of Kakadu
Kakadu National Park changes dramatically with the seasons and one visit just won’t be enough.

Photographic Journey Arnhem Land: Travel Kakadu: Northern Territory Official Travel Site

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