Kakadu National Park Part II

Our second day in Kakadu was spent at Nourlangie viewing more art galleries and climbing to more lookouts. After viewing the galleries we decided to stretch our legs along one of the park’s many walking tracks. Our choice of the walks was limited, we had arrived at the end of the dry season in the build up to the wet season and because of the daily temperatures and humidity many of the longer walks had been closed for safety. The timing of our visit (mid-November) also meant that many of the park’s waterfalls were inaccessible and even if they had been open, many of them required a 4WD to reach them along the tracks. Despite the limitations we experienced and the short amount of time we spent in Kakadu it was nice to spend time soaking in the culture rather than in a pool for a change. I would definitely recommend visiting Kakadu National Park but I would carefully plan when to visit to ensure you can see as much of the park as possible.


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