Kakadu National Park – Ubirr Lookout

Following up from a previous post about the Aboriginal rock art in the Kakadu National Park I wanted to share a short video made at the Ubirr site where some of the oldest rock art can be found. Below is my view from the Ubirr lookout into Armen Land, unfortunately I wasn’t there at sunset.Continue reading “Kakadu National Park – Ubirr Lookout”

Aboriginal Rock Art

The main reason for Kakadu’s World Heritage Status is because of its collection of Aboriginal rock art in the area. The art details the history of the Aboriginal people of Australia and features some key historical moments, including the early contact with European people. The art is evidence of the close personal relationship that AboriginalContinue reading “Aboriginal Rock Art”

The Crocodile Hunter

All I wanted to see while travelling in the Northern Territories was a crocodile in the wild. Many of the places I visited had signs warning of crocodiles but after staring into the water hoping for a head to appear I hadn’t seen one. There were signs of them being around everywhere. In the endContinue reading “The Crocodile Hunter”