Kakadu National Park

We just got back from spending 4 days in Kakadu National Park, which is twice listed as a World Heritage site and well-known for its scenery, culture, and wildlife. Highlights of the trip included watching the sunset at Ubirr, taking a sunrise cruise at Yellow Waters, hiking around Nourlangie Rock, seeing a saltwater croc in the billabong behind one our campsites eat a fish, and seeing several endemic bird species (including a lifer for me—the Banded Fruit-Dove!).

Pictures below include the group at Ubirr and at Nourlangie.

Before the Ubirr sunset

Before the Ubirr sunset

Hiking at Nourlangie

Hiking at Nourlangie

 

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