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Arnhem Land Crabbing with indigenous family
Tourist enjoying a day out with indigenous family crabbing in remote Arnhem Land. Deep blue waters, pristine white beaches, colorful cliffs, mangroves, lagoons and rainforest patches are just some of the wonders of this remarkable country.
Arnhem Land, Cape Don Lighthouse and fishing destination
The 28 meter high Cape Don Lighthouse was constructed in 1917, named in compliment to Lieutenant General Sir Gorge Don. There was the urgent need of a lighthouse, as the passage between the peninsula and Melville Island to Darwin was unlit. Cape Don Lighthouse was automated in 1983 and since then has been operated by solar cells. The sparkling blue waters around Cape Don are renowned for light tackle sport fishing. Colorful cliff-lines, pristine beaches, mangroves and magnificent sunsets.
Boodjamulla, Lawn Hill Gorge National Park
Lawn Hill National Park is one of Queensland's most scenic national parks. Situated within the remote north-west highlands of Queensland, the park features spectacular gorge country, sandstone ranges and World Heritage fossils. Boodjamulla lies on ancient sandstone of the Constance Range, between the Barkly Tablelands to the south-west and the black soils of the Gulf Savanna Plains to the east. Lawn Hill Creek and the Gregory and OShanassy rivers flow all year round.
Burketown, Gulf of Carpentaria
Burketown is located on the Savannah Way, one of the world's great transcontinental road journeys for adventure travellers. Burketown is 2,115km to the north west of Brisbane, the capital of Queensland, and 2,100km from Darwin. Burketown is known as the Barramundi Capital of Australia, and is home to the spectacular Morning Glory Cloud. The Morning Glory clouds attract people from across the globe.
Cobbold Gorge Cruise
Cobbold Gorge is situated along the Savannah Way, 90 km south of Georgetown. Spectacular Sandstone Cliffs overlook the deep gorge with its permanent waterholes. There's no better way to grasp the uniqueness of the narrow gorge with its majestic, 30 m sheer walls than to get up-close-and-personal with it. A boat cruise of the gorge will be an unforgettable highlight of your trip to Outback Queensland. There's every chance of seeing freshwater crocodiles.
Garig Gunak Barlu National Park
Pristine white sandy beaches, colorful cliff-lines and sparkling blue waters with rich marine life, are just some of the draw cards of this magnificent Park. A fishermanâ€™s delight with a wide variety of fish inhabiting these coastal waters. You also find mangroves, rain forest patches, swamps, lagoons and coral reefs. It protects rare species such as the Dugong and six marine turtles and is also home to the worldâ€™s largest wild herd of Banteng (Indonesian cattle), an endangered species in th
Kakadu National Park, Indigenous Rock Art
Kakadu National Park contains one of the greatest concentrations of rock art sites in the world and constitutes one of the longest historical records of any group of people. A major international cultural resource, the signiï¬cance of Kakaduâ€™s art sites is recognized in the parkâ€™s United Nations World Heritage listing.
Katherine Gorge, Nitmiluk, Dreamtime, Cruise
A trip to the Northern Territory is not complete without visiting the spectacular Nitmiluk Gorge. Open all year round, it features some of the most stunning gorge scenery in the Northern Territory, with raging waterfalls, a myriad of wildlife and breathtaking views of the Jawoyn country. Nitmiluk Gorge winds along 12km of sheer rock extending more than 70m high. Consisting of 13 seperate gorges, Nitmiluk Gorge is a maze of waterways sculpted from the sandstone over countless millennia by the Kat
Mary River National Park
The wide expanses of Mary River National Park protects part of the Mary River catchment, where floodplains, billabongs, woodlands, paperbark and monsoon forests provide visitors with excellent opportunities for wildlife watching, fishing, four-wheel driving, bushwalking and photography. You are likely to spot prehistoric looking saltwater and freshwater crocodiles, an amazing array of birdlife and an abundance of wildflowers. Not to forget the sunsets are stunning.
Mission Beach Sunrise
Mission Beach undoubtedly is one of the most unique and picturesque places along the North Queensland coastline. Mission Beach boasts 14 kilometers of unspoiled palm fringed beach, overlooking more than 20 tropical islands offshore. A perfect scenery for stunning sunrises.
Nestled in the World Heritage Listed Daintree Rainforest, Mossman Gorge contains the oldest, continuously surviving rainforest on earth. Just one hectare of the 120,000 hectare forest can contain over 30,000 species of plants and animals. Considered by many to be the evolutionary cradle for much of Australiaâ€™s plant and wildlife species, the forest has managed to survive for over 135 million years and, with the right protection, is expected to thrive for generations to come.
Porcupine Gorge National Park
Covering an area of 5410ha, Porcupine Gorge National Park extends for more than 25kms along Porcupine Creek and includes surrounding open woodland and grassland. The creek has carved an impressive canyon that reveals strata of sedimentary rocks spanning hundreds of millions of years. In the wider section of the gorge the eroding action of the creek has also created the Pyramid, an isolated monolith of multicoloured sandstone rising from the floor of the gorge, shaped as its name suggests.
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Tropical Mission Beach
Mission Beach is a popular tourist and wedding destination. A topical paradise with 14 kilometers unspoiled, palm fringed beach and over 20 islands offshore. Provided stinger nets allow a refreshing swim in the turquoise waters of the Coral Sea. Mission Beach offers the closest access along the Eastern Coast to the Great Barrier Reef. The world heritage listed rainforests of Mission Beach are home to the endangered cassowaries, beautiful, rare and flightless birds.