Palm Court Backpackers

Address: 11 Third Street, Katherine, Top End, Northern Territory, 0850, Australia | Hostel
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This hostel, located on 11 Third Street, Katherine, is near Manyallaluk Aboriginal Community.
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    Travel Blogs from Katherine

    Bill, the Cattle Truckie

    A travel blog entry by agbucks on Oct 24, 2014

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    ... makes little difference to us in the Toyota truck.

    *Another great Aussie sign on the road just over the NT border: ‘We like our lizards frilled not grilled’

    * Creek signs that we see today include: Pint Pot Creek, Quart Pot Creek, Scorpion Creek and Lost Creek & China Man Creek.

    *Some 200 km out of Kununurra, the Victoria Highway catches up with the Victoria River and for a while we follow the ...

    Timeless Land

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

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    ... history of the gorge (how his people had to fight the Government with two separate land claims to get back their land that was taken from them by white settlers), the cultural significance of the gorge and also how they used the river and gorge for food, shelter and medicine. It was a fascinating insight into the aboriginal culture and I was very impressed with the organisation and knowledge ...

    Day 16 Katherine Gorge

    A travel blog entry by elainedaniels on Sep 24, 2014

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    It was a warm night last night with very little drop in temperature. We certainly don't need the flannelette sheets on the beds any longer! After breakfast we walked down to the boat ramp for our 9am tour of the first 2 of the 13 gorges that make up Katherine Gorge. The tour went for 2 hours and was very enjoyable and informative. The guide on board told us about the aboriginal origins of Katherine Gorge which the aborigines call nitmiluk meaning ...

    Bush fires

    A travel blog entry by peterjl on Sep 20, 2014

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    Woke at 4.30 to the smell of smoke. Looking out of the window this is a smoky mist. No one seemed unduly concerned so went back to sleep till 6 when it's up for our 7am boat trip. The guides tell us that the rangers have been burning off on the other side of the rivet and one of the fires ran out of control. The misty smoke in the early morning light gave the gorge a magical ...

    Katherine for longer

    A travel blog entry by bates01 on Sep 11, 2014

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    ... the afternoon, the temperature had reached 40 degrees. We debated whether to set up here or drive on to Katherine. While deciding, we went down to the waterfall for a swim. Too hot even to change into swimmers, some of us opted to go in the water in our underwear or just fully clothed. Feeling a little cooler, we decided Katherine was the better option for the night.

    On the long drive, Martin and ...