Laura Dance Festival – Quinkan Celebration of the World’s Oldest Living Culture

Laura Dance Festival – Quinkan Celebration of the World’s Oldest Living Culture

Laura Dance Festival is a Quinkan celebration of Aboriginal culture in Queensland, Australia. This spectacular festival that runs every second year offers locals and visitors the opportunity to engage with First Nation communities and learn about Australia’s rich and diverse history. With sacred dust swirling triumphantly from the sacred grounds at Ang-Gnarra, the Quinkan Laura…

Carnarvon Gorge National Park – stunning rocky landscapes & tranquil rock pools

Carnarvon Gorge National Park – stunning rocky landscapes & tranquil rock pools

Description Carnarvon Gorge National Park is home to towering cliffs, spectacular views, coloured and lush side gorges. There is a wide variety of plants and animal species like emus, wild pigs, brumbies, wallabies, kangaroos, and goannas. There are two sections of Carnarvon Gorge National Park: Carnarvon Gorge (this is where the main walk is), and…

4 Stunning Kimberley Gorges

4 Stunning Kimberley Gorges

In the next part of our Kimberley adventure, we were planning to see 4 stunning Kimberley Gorges. The next day, in the afternoon we arrived at Mt Elizabeth Station that was located 30 km from Gibb River Road. There was a sign at the gate saying that we were entering Mt Elizabeth station and that we shouldn’t…

Mitchell Falls – 3 spectacular cascade falls

Mitchell Falls – 3 spectacular cascade falls

After leaving Ellenbrae Station our next big stop was Mitchell Falls, but that was still 400 km away. Our plan was to stay for a night at Drysdale River Station, and next day, leave the trailer and go only with the car to Mitchell Falls. In the morning, before hitting the Gibb River Road, we…

Gunlom Falls and stunning rock pools

Gunlom Falls and stunning rock pools

Gunlom Falls, Kakadu at Night & chilling crocodile story The next day we were planning to leave Muirella and head to Gunlom Falls, which is located in the Mary River Kakadu region. Before I move to that story let me tell you about Kakadu at Night cruise and the crocodile attack story they told us…

Yellow Waters – breathtaking Kakadu wetlands

Yellow Waters – breathtaking Kakadu wetlands

Yellow Waters, Sandy Billabong and Nanguluwur Yellow Waters is located in the centre of Kakadu National Park. It is a must go and see destination for anyone visiting the park. It is famous for its vast wetlands that provide a home to birds, fish and saltwater crocodiles. We always compare Yellow Waters to Corroboree Billabong in…

Ubirr – the majestic aboriginal art

Ubirr – the majestic aboriginal art

Ubirr, Nourlangie and Jim Jim Falls Kakadu National Park has the largest number of rock paintings in the world. Aboriginal people believe that most of these images were created by their gods. Thanks to them, they know how the world was created and it is also a form of passing rules to their people. Paintings…

Arnhem Land – the stunning stone country

Arnhem Land – the stunning stone country

Arnhem Land – my first visit Finally we reached Kakadu National Park and we still have the Internet. What a pleasant surprise! Jabiru First stop – Jabiru, the center point of Kakadu National Park. Jabiru is a small, but very civilised town. There is a grocery shop and bank. Mobile phones work fine and, as…