Category Archives: Northern Territory

Spectacular Kakadu

  Kakadu is simply extraordinary. We had so many people tell us “Kakada-don’t” that we thought it would be touristy and boring – but it is, in our opinion, a world-class national park (and we’ve been to a few!). We … Continue reading

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From Gorgeous Katherine Gorge to Laidback Darwin

  After the cattle station we were worried that everything else would be dull, but the Northern Territory is truly a state of natural wonders. We started with Katherine Gorge, taking a boat trip through three of the gorges that … Continue reading

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Lakefield Station NT – cattle station life in the Territory!

We were very fortunate to be welcomed for a few days stop at Lakefield Station, a large cattle station in the Northern Territory (south of Katherine) owned by the Riggs Family. Garry and Michelle let us wander around the farm, … Continue reading

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Waltzing along the Matilda Highway

Longreach is known as the birthplace of QANTAS, starting out as a bi-plane mail-carrying service for the Outback towns, growing into the behemoth passenger airline it is today. A trip to the Founders Museum included a tour through a 747-200 … Continue reading

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