Travelling into Kakadu National Park, our first stop was at Ubirr in the northeast of the park. This site is near the East Alligator River (misnamed by early explorers who mistook the large saltwater crocodiles for American Alligators). The river separates Kakadu from Arnhem Land, an Aboriginal region that has had minimal influence from outsiders.
|A goanna on top of a barramundi|
|Tasmanian Tiger - extinct on the mainland 2000-3000 years ago|
Km today: 501
Total travelled: 7192