Thursday, June 24, 2010

Kakadu National Park photos


Our 4WD leaving Darwin


Adelaide River - home of the Jumping Croc tour


Fun with a python before the tour


Saltwater croc

Swimming in the Adelaide River is suicidal

The crocs really do jump




A lot of birds fly over the Adelaide River


The official park boundary



John, our tour guide, is perched pretty high up


Click this photo - John couldn't have lined it up better


Aboriginal artwork


I gave the didgeridoo a whirl... didn't do well

Kangaroo stew - delicious


An extremely large termite mound


Yours truly at a croc-free swimming hole


Hi ho, hi ho, it's off through Kakadu we go


A lizard finds its way to John's hat


Another swimming hole, fed by waterfalls high above Kakadu


A dingo ate my baby!


Group photo time

Sean (blue) and John (yellow) at the swimming hole, ready for sunset







It was the end of autumn in Australia


Lamb chops and buffalo sausages



John leads the way on the climb up to The Castle


Perched up on The Castle


The water was cold


Monitor lizard

John and Sean cool off after hiking

1 comment:

Parag said...

The images in your article are awesome. Seriously Kakadu National Park provides plenty of opportunity to view nature and man made marvels resting at one place. Plus the satisfaction after visiting this park is huge.