Kakadu National Park Outback Travellers Track Guide
Covers: Darwin, Jabiru, Oenpelli, Cooinda, Mary River RH, Pine Creek, Kakadu Aurora Resort, Jim Jim Falls, Twin Falls, Gunlom Falls, Ubirr, Cahills Crossing, Nourlangie Rock, Four Mile Hole.
Using photography, track notes and mapping. The Outback Travellers Track Guides are a companion to sheet maps, offering a closer look at what is out there, where to find it and how to get there safely. With the aid of sectioned, colour-coded track information, cautions along the track are brought to the travellers attention to help avoid unnecessary problems. hazards in the form of crests and dips in the roads, creeks, floodways, river crossings and tight corners are highlighted to avoid potential accidents.Strip maps break the route down into identifiable sections. Spiral binding allows the book to be folded back for ease of navigation. each strip map is accompanied by a selection of views available along that stretch of track.
The photographs are cross-referenced to the exact location on the map. GPS waypoints are given for important locations and junctions.
Travelling through Kakadu National Park is an experience not to be missed. Visit the Bowali Information Centre first for all your requirements on this vast region, then choose your direction. From wild rock formations to unbelievable Aboriginal artwork, the unique Yellow Water wetlands to the infamous crocodile infested waterways, this place has it all. Many of the roads are bitumen, but there are still many off-road tracks offering real untamed wilderness, incredible bushland and awe inspiring waterfalls. The Dry Season is the best time to see the area, offering warm, venture filled days.
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