Eden At Fogg Dam

530 Anzac Parade, Darwin, Top End, Northern Territory, 0836, Australia | B&B
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Lotus Waterlillies in the Billabong

A travel blog entry by 60winterwarmer on Aug 03, 2014

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... retrieve their line with the lures without leaning out of the boat at all. Safe to say they all enjoyed their fishing trip which was totally opposite to normal calming fishing experiences.

Michael then stayed at the cabin (has now caught my head cold) and Michelle and I book ourselves onto the Corroboree Wetlands Cruise departing from the Corroboree Park pub where of course Chris and Craig park themselves to watch the football match and drink the ...

Magnificence of the Billabong

A travel blog entry by thethirdcog on Aug 03, 2014

... small bus to the billabong. The tour driver is extremely informative in her information and we enjoy even just the drive to the Billabong which is run by Wetland Cruises.

Probably one of my highlights of the entire trip is going to be this Cruise through the Billabong - it is breathtaking, informative and extremely relaxing, especially the quietness when she turns off the motor and we are completely surrounded by lily pads - magnificent.

One of the ...

Grandeur of a Sunset in Kakadu

A travel blog entry by thethirdcog on Aug 02, 2014

... had actually destroyed a huge amount of the area along with the idea that they could have grown rice in the area, which also failed. Visited the tourist information centre here and found it to be worthwhile.

Came to Jabiru, which found to be very remote, nothing at all like I imagined and infested with bats which absolutely stank and extremely noisy. Definitely could not live here as far too smelly and noisy. We came across the sports club on ...

Kakadu Dreaming

A travel blog entry by 60winterwarmer on Aug 02, 2014

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... like another Troppo design with some of the features. Sure I said, googled and she was right. Shouldn't have doubted her.

Thought about driving to The Ranger Uranium Mine to see if we could see anything but decided against it. Arnhem Highway very busy with trucks and equipment to and from the mine. The aboriginals in Kakadu call the Knob Tailed Gecko the "sickness gecko". This is because ...

Heading out to Mary River Wilderness Resort

A travel blog entry by 60winterwarmer on Aug 01, 2014

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... leave the Bali House. Head out the Arnhem Highway stopping for lunch at Corroboree Park Pub. Arrive at Mary River Wilderness Lodge. We have gone from 10 star accommodation to basic cabin with beds and verandah. We have 2 cabins, Craig and Michael sharing one and the original brass monkeys sharing the other. Park owner, Jeff about to head off on a sunset cruise on the Mary River so ...