St Lawrence Wetlands – best camping between Sarina and Rocky

St Lawrence Wetlands – best camping between Sarina and Rocky

When driving between Rockhampton and MacKay there are not many camping spots where you can stay overnight. St Lawrence Wetlands campground is located 190 km north of Rocky and 6 km off Bruce Highway and it is a great option to stay one or many nights. St Lawrence is always our favourite stop before getting…

Amazing Kearneys Falls and Cattana Wetlands

Amazing Kearneys Falls and Cattana Wetlands

In our second week in Cairns, we still had a few places to see. Our plan was to visit Kearneys Falls, Cattana Wetlands, and Barron Gorge Hydro Station. But let’s start from the beginning. After six months of travelling and at least visiting thirty different pools, I must finally say that Nell had made great…

12 Best Tableland and Cairns attractions

12 Best Tableland and Cairns attractions

Regretfully, after two weeks in Port Douglas we ‘cut the roots’ and drove south to Cairns. Port Douglas will remain in our memories for a long time. We will definitely come back here. There were so many Cairns attractions on our list and we could not wait to see them. #1 Cairns Coconut Resort Our…

Stunning 5 Rivers Lookout in Wyndham

Stunning 5 Rivers Lookout in Wyndham

The road to Wyndham meandered through the mountains. There were no lanes to overtake slower vehicles, and sometimes we trailed for miles, waiting for a long stretch of straight route. The Grotto Just before Wyndham we stopped at The Grotto that is located 20 km from the town. The Grotto is a set of small canyons filled…

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…