Check these beauties off your food bucket list at Taste of Kakadu, and learn more about the foods that have sustained Indigenous people for thousands of generations. Continue reading “9 treats to tick off your bush food bucket list”
Indigenous chef Clayton Donovan like to mess things up – whether it’s entertaining diners with his genuinely warm and fun-loving spirit, or using his French chef’s training to create unique dining sensations. Continue reading “Dine with a chef who likes to get messy”
This blog first appeared on the Christmas Island Tourism Association blog. It is reproduced with their kind permission.
It’s that time of year, when we await the pitter patter of little feet. About 400 million little feet in fact, as our resident population of 50 million red crabs start their annual migration to the sea to spawn.
There’s a lot of work to do to help them on their way safely, to divert them from traffic, which Parks Australia has already commenced. We spoke to Rob Muller – Chief Ranger, Christmas Island National Park, to find out more.
Kakadu’s birdlife will blow you away. From colourful finches to majestic birds of prey, Kakadu is home to a third of Australia’s bird species.
Of the roughly 280 bird species that call Kakadu home we’ve selected 10 favourites.
I like the idea of bird watching. When I think about the cockatoos and rainbow lorikeets that make my neighbourhood home, I love how they fly and shred eucalypts in community, I think their plumage is magnificent, and they have so much character in their eyes. But how do I make the most of this? I know I need binoculars …
Booderee is one of the most photogenic places in Australia – and that’s up against some stiff competition! Continue reading “Five favourite photos from Booderee”
Lasting for sometimes hours at a time, breathtaking lightning shows have begun thundering across the Top End of the Northern Territory in what is known as Lightning Season. Continue reading “Lightning season cracks over Kakadu”
50 million The number of red crabs on Christmas Island!
100,000 The eggs a single female can brood Continue reading “The red crab migration in numbers”