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Experience the Remote Outback in Boodjamulla National Park

Boodjamulla National Park is likely the most remote national park in Queensland; it is also one of the most scenic and picturesque national parks in Queensland. It is located in the northwest corner of the state bordering the Northern Territory. This region of Queensland is called the Gulf Country, filled with woodlands and savannah grasslands. Also known as the Gulf Savannah, the region includes the Cape York Peninsula in the Far North of Queensland, and reserves of zinc, lead, and silver. It is bordered by the north coast of Australia and the Gulf of Carpentaria. In addition to all that, it is the origination of one of the most well-known road trips in Australia, the Savannah Way. The national park features magnificent, deep gorges, creeks, sandstone ranges, and a limestone […]

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April 29th, 2015
Mary River Fishing - Featured

National Parks and Reserves in the Northern Territory near Darwin

Darwin is the capital of the Northern Territory and is often a starting point for visiting the nearby national parks and reserves in the region. We told you all about Things to Do in Darwin in our last blog post and now we are going to feature some of the more remote holiday spots near […]

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January 29th, 2015
Eucalyptus - Featured

Soar High in Namadgi National Park

Namadgi National Park is located in Australian Capital Territory (ACT). The protected lands cover 106,095 hectares and make up almost half of the ACT.  Situated at the northern end of the Australian Alps, they are home to the Brindabella Ranges, and Mount Bimberi, which is the highest peak in Australia. This protected land features a wide variety and abundance of Australian wildlife including Eastern Grey Kangaroos, wallabies, wombats, and many species of birds. Plus it also supplies most of Canberra’s water supply. With 160 km of marked walking trails, hiking is the most popular way to see the park and explore the natural beauty and history of this area.

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March 31st, 2014

Kakadu National Park: The Largest National Park in Australia

Kakadu National Park is located in the north-east corner of the Northern Territory and encompasses over 110,000 square kilometres of diverse landscape. Kakadu comes from an aboriginal language and the park land is part of a larger section of Northern Territory that is owned wholly by the Aboriginal traditional land owners. To say that the park’s landscape is diverse is an understatement. It is rich with biodiversity, many different terrains, and Aboriginal history too. It is protected lands and is a World Heritage Site. There are six different habitats inside Kakadu National Park and there are also six seasons of Kakadu.

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February 19th, 2014

Kalbarri National Park: Nature’s Window to Land, Sea, River, Wildlife, & Wild Flowers

Kalbarri National Park is the most well-known national park in Western Australia. The variety of picture perfect, post card views can be seen in every direction from the coastline waves and magnificent dramatic cliffs to the Murchison River Gorge and wild flowers and wild animals in between. The Park is situated along the Coral Coast […]

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February 17th, 2014