Kakadu National Park

Sunrise over Yellow Water Billabong

A UNESCO World Heritage Site for a reason! We had an absolute blast visiting Kakadu.

Perhaps I’ll tell the stories next time, but if I learned anything from my trip to Africa, it is that it may take a few years before I actually get around putting them into words!

Here are but a small selection of photos (click for wallpaper-size) – a humbling attempt to capture the awesomeness out there…

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Katherine Gorge

(It makes a good cover photo.)

Next camping trip was to Katherine Gorge in Nitmiluk National Park for 3 days, 2 nights, 35km of walking, and amazing sights. The photos have much better effect when viewed larger.

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Edith falls

Katherine, a 5.8k population town in the outback setting of the Northern Territory of Australia:

Sun, sweat, insects and tropical plants – it is so different from Melbourne! I will be here for about another two months working with Wurli Wurlinjang, the local Aboriginal health clinic.

Together with two other medical students, we went camping to Edith Falls over the ANZAC long weekend for lots of walking, swimming and sunburns. I’ll let the photos tell the tale.

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