Ibis Styles Katherine
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This morning we loaded our things onto the coach and made our way to our next destination. After a brief picture opportunity at the entrance sign to Kakadu National Park, we stopped off at Mayse's café in Pine Creek, a small town with a population of 655, making it the fourth largest town between Darwin and Alice Springs. After stocking up on …
... and a half hours so we decided we had better set up camp for the night (we couldn’t miss happy hour!).
The caravan park/petrol station/post office/tourist info/restaurant was pretty reasonable charging $40/powered site with the added bonus of daily croc feeding and kite feeding which was pretty cool!
The next day, we were on our way travelling through some of the most scenic country around - The Victoria River. Simply ...
The drive to Darwin seems like it is going to be a long one as we unfortunately can't drive through the Kimberley region and visit the National Parks there as they require a 4 wheel drive. We could attempt it but we don't want to break down and it would cost an arm and a leg if we did, don't think Wolfe (our van) would be up to it. We ...
... are still freshwater crocs around. It is all very beautiful in the early morning light. Arriving back at the motor home there are several wallabies hopping around. After breakfast we drive up to Darwin. A quick drive round Katherine for a final look as it feels like a frontier town, then up the Stuart Highway with a stop at Pine Creek for lunch. On the next leg I spot a sign for ...
... drive on. Now we're just looking for a good spot somewhere off the road to pull in for the night. We find an ideal spot and pull in but it's got what we think is cow poo all over the place, so we do a u turn and go back to another spot we've seen, just a little way back and it's perfect. We find out that it's not cow poo it's wild horse poo. We can see about a dozen brumby's racing up over a hill. We pull in and set our chairs up outside, we're on a main road ...