Kakadu National Park: Yellow Water

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YELLOW WATER, Saturday 24 Oct 2009

Yellow Water (marked by the Yellow Pin below) is actually a ‘billabong’ connected to the South Alligator River, a major Kakadu waterway, and is about 320km from Darwin via Routes 36 (Jabiru Highway) and 21 (Kakadu Highway).

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2 Responses to “Kakadu National Park: Yellow Water”

  1. jam says:

    I didn’t know there are mangoes in Australia! I like your close up shots on the beast!

  2. naim says:

    Yes, Jam, we even saw a mango plantation just outside Darwin – pic in next instalment.

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