Kookaburra Backpackers Lodge

Address: Corner of Lindsay & Third Street, Katherine, Top End, Northern Territory, 0850, Australia | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Corner of Lindsay & Third Street, Katherine, is near Manyallaluk Aboriginal Community.
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Travel Blogs from Katherine

Nitmiluk National Park

A travel blog entry by emmaandcraig on Apr 05, 2015

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... and checked in for the night at the local camp grounds where we then decided to take the Baruwei Loop Walk, with the intention of seeing the Gorge in all its glory. I learnt 3 valuable lessons from that walk - 1) Never walk with Emma again 2) The Baruwei Loop Walk was no where near as exciting as it suggested it would be 3) We would be doing something else other than walking the following day. Out of the entire time we ...

Tennant Creek to Katherine

A travel blog entry by n6tk on Dec 08, 2014

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... centre. There are half a dozen galleries (aboriginal art is now priced in the thousands of dollars), good restaurants (people really dress for dinner)and real hotels. They even offer wifi on the main street. The Todd River runs through town although it very rarely has water and when it does it's absorbed in the desert and never gets anywhere.The rough in the golf course is gravel and rock; very nasty.
But on to Tennant ...

Bill, the Cattle Truckie

A travel blog entry by agbucks on Oct 24, 2014

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... for school aged children to give them the skills needed for station life. As AG says : it takes 2 to tango. Unless the interest and motivation comes from within the Indigenous people themselves, little progress will be made.

*In certain areas of Australia, such as the WA & NT Outback, the Aborigine communities pose a significant problem to the government. Money and human resources are being ‘thrown’ at them, but as ...

Timeless Land

A travel blog entry by skye.roxby on Oct 10, 2014

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October was always going to be a challenging time to travel here, it is the end of the season (peak season May-September) so the country is very dry and the weather is heating up in preparation for the wet season. The locals call it the "build up" or "mango madness", mangos start to ripen, the weather gets hotter and hotter, but there is no rain, so people go "troppo". We were constantly being ...

Day 15 Katherine Gorge National Park

A travel blog entry by elainedaniels on Sep 23, 2014

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We knew we only had a relatively short drive to Katherine today and there were no noisy young girls in the campsite to wake us up so we had a nice lazy morning and didn't get up until just after 7am. We decided we had time for a cook up for breakfast so Ian cooked bacon and eggs for us all. We knew we would be in Katherine around lunchtime so I didn't worry about making lunches or putting anything in the ecopot for dinner - a real morning ...

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