Bullo River Station - helicopter landing at the cascades
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Top End

  • SUMMARY

The Top End of the Northern Territory is one of the last remaining genuine outback regions where you can fully experience the awesome grandeur of nature at first hand, at your own pace, tailored to your own tastes. Wherever you travel in the Top End, you'll pass through country traditionally associated with different Aboriginal language groups. Aboriginal people are proud of their land and welcome you to come to learn about their country and culture.

The region is lush, green and tropical - a total contrast to the harsh, arid beauty of The Red Centre. With such a variety of activities to choose from, you can go fish feeding, visit the national parks, Nourlangie Rock or the Twin Falls. The Jim Jim Falls are foudn 60kms off Kakadu Highway and are accessed with 4WD. After the rains, when water is cascading from the soaring sandstone escarpment, Jim Jim is an awe inspiring sight. During the Dry Season the rock pool with its white sandy beach is permanent. Nourlangie Rock, a 1.5 km circular walk, will take you past an ancient Aboriginal shelter and several outstanding displays of Aboriginal rock art. For the more adventurous visitor there is an opportunity to take a moderately steep climb to the Gunwarddehwardde Lookout - worth to experience for the impressive views over the Kakadu Escarpment and Nourlangie Rock.

Aboriginal Art and Culture Adventure Families Fishing Heli Safaris Romance Wildlife
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