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Wetlands

Stock Photography By David C Hancock

Wetlands are life-giving areas in northern Australia. Billabongs, swamps and rivers are generally refuges for birds reptiles and other creatures and essential for life to get through the northern dry season, a period a great hardship.

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Image #1. Wetlands coastal floodplains near maningrida and liverpool river

Image #2. Wetlands coastal floodplains near maningrida and liverpool river - buffalo and tracks

Image #3. Wetlands Green pygmy geese at Fogg dam, outside Darwin

Image #4. Wetlands An airboat travels across the Magella floodplain in Kakadu National Park, looking for weed outbreaks.

Image #5. Wetlands coastal floodplains near maningrida and liverpool river

Image #6. Wetlands coastal floodplains near maningrida and liverpool river - buffalo and tracks

Image #7. Wetlands Wildlife and landscapes at Mt Borradaile area, Arnhem Land. Wetland area abuts up to escarpment country. Sunset

Image #8. Wetlands 209669 During the northern wet season small creeks flow across country that is usually dry during most of the year.

Image #9. Wetlands coastal floodplains near maningrida and liverpool river

Image #10. Wetlands Coastal arnhem land - around maningrida - wetlands

Image #11. Wetlands Coastal arnhem land - around maningrida - wetlands

Image #12. Wetlands Coastal arnhem land - around maningrida - wetlands

Image #13. Wetlands coastal floodplains near maningrida and liverpool river - buffalo and tracks

Image #14. Wetlands coastal floodplains near maningrida and liverpool river - termite mounds

Image #15. Wetlands Coastal arnhem land - around maningrida - wetlandsc

Image #16. Wetlands Coastal arnhem land - around maningrida - wetlands

Image #17. Wetlands Adelaide River floodplains - Humpty Doo Barramundi Farm where barramundi are grown for consumption around Australia. Aquaculture

Image #18. Wetlands Fish River is a former pastoral station that was purchased by the Indigenous Land Corporation. Indigenous rangers do much of the work on the station. Near the Daly River from the air

Image #19. Wetlands Aerial views of Darwin harbour and foreshore, showing areas of development near the CBD, harbour, Palmerston and rural area. Darwin harbour and mangroves

Image #20. Wetlands Fishing the run-off on the South Alligator river with Michael Dickinson and Peter O'Sullivan

Image #21. Wetlands Warddeken IPA - Arnhem Land - survey of rock art in the Kunbambuk estate - landscapes from the air

Image #22. Wetlands Fish River is a former pastoral station that was purchased by the Indigenous Land Corporation. Indigenous rangers do much of the work on the station. Near the Daly River from the air

Image #23. Wetlands Aerial views of Darwin harbour and foreshore, showing areas of development near the CBD, harbour, Palmerston and rural area. Girraween Lagoon

Image #24. Wetlands Fishing the run-off on the South Alligator river with Michael Dickinson and Peter O'Sullivan

Image #25. Wetlands The Top End of Australia during the wet season flying in a helicopter, from the floodplains around the Adelaide River to Arnhem Land near the East Aligator River. During the wet season the Adelaide River breaks its banks and floods the surrounding floodplains - aerial, weather meteorology, water, Top End.

Image #26. Wetlands The Top End of Australia during the wet season flying in a helicopter, from the floodplains around the Adelaide River to Arnhem Land near the East Aligator River. Storms and rain over the floodplains - weather meteorology clouds wet season - south aligator floodplains

Image #27. Wetlands The Top End of Australia during the wet season flying in a helicopter, from the floodplains around the Adelaide River to Arnhem Land near the East Aligator River. Storms and rain over the floosplains - weather meteorology clouds wet season

Image #28. Wetlands Fire workshop at Ngaliyindi in eastern Arnhem Land hosted by Gurruwiling rangers, SE Arafura rangers and traditional owners. Ngaliyindi is on the escarpment overlooking the Arafura Swamp (Gurruwiling) from the eastern side. Indigenous land management Aboriginal rangers. wetlands - water lilies and arafura palms (corypha utan)

Image #29. Wetlands The wedding of Shandell and Glenn at the Wildman River Resort, on the floodplains

Image #30. Wetlands The Top End of Australia during the wet season flying in a helicopter, from the floodplains around the Adelaide River to Arnhem Land near the East Aligator River. Top End waterway with paperbarks and eucalypts by a waterway, creek

Image #31. Wetlands The Top End of Australia during the wet season flying in a helicopter, from the floodplains around the Adelaide River to Arnhem Land near the East Aligator River. Storms and rain over the floodplains - weather meteorology clouds wet season south aligator floodplains

Image #32. Wetlands Aerial view of Adelaide River and Humpty Doo Barramundi farm where fish are grown for sale to restaurants and markets in Darwin and all over Australia. Adelaide River floodplains - magpie geese

Image #33. Wetlands The Warrdeken Indigenous Protected Area, east of kakadu NP, is a large area that has been incorporated into the National Reserve Systme of parks and reserves. It is managed by local Aboriginal people who have responsibility for looking after the area, which is rich in fauna and flora and aboriginal cultural sites

Image #34. Wetlands The Warrdeken Indigenous Protected Area, east of kakadu NP, is a large area that has been incorporated into the National Reserve Systme of parks and reserves. It is managed by local Aboriginal people who have responsibility for looking after the area, which is rich in fauna and flora and aboriginal cultural sites

Image #35. Wetlands Termite mounds rise from flooded plains during the wet season.

Image #36. Wetlands Djelk Indigenous Protected Area covers 673,200 hectares of central Arnhem Land plateau country, woodlands, floodplains and coastal areas out into the Arafura Sea

Image #37. Wetlands The Warrdeken Indigenous Protected Area, east of kakadu NP, is a large area that has been incorporated into the National Reserve Systme of parks and reserves. It is managed by local Aboriginal people who have responsibility for looking after the area, which is rich in fauna and flora and aboriginal cultural sites

Image #38. Wetlands The Warrdeken Indigenous Protected Area, east of kakadu NP, is a large area that has been incorporated into the National Reserve Systme of parks and reserves. It is managed by local Aboriginal people who have responsibility for looking after the area, which is rich in fauna and flora and aboriginal cultural sites

Image #39. Wetlands The Warrdeken Indigenous Protected Area, east of kakadu NP, is a large area that has been incorporated into the National Reserve Systme of parks and reserves. It is managed by local Aboriginal people who have responsibility for looking after the area, which is rich in fauna and flora and aboriginal cultural sites

Image #40. Wetlands Djelk Indigenous Protected Area covers 673,200 hectares of central Arnhem Land plateau country, woodlands, floodplains and coastal areas out into the Arafura Sea

 

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