Sunset at Gunlom Falls, Northern Territory.

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The evening sky reflects on to the infinity pool at Gunlom falls, one of Kakadu’s star attractions.
Photograph: Helen Davidson for the Guardian
by Helen Davidson
Here’s what happens when you move to the Northern Territory: any friends and family who have “visit the top end” on their bucket list bump it up a few places, especially when that damp Sydney winter hits.
We have had nine guests since January, and visited Kakadu national park four times in six weeks.
Each visit included at least one new place, so the following four-night road trip is a “true story based on actual events” to highlight the best of what we discovered.
2000The sun sets over Kakadu national park, viewed from the top of Gunlom falls.
Photograph: Helen Davidson for the Guardian
A trip to Kakadu is best done by car and at your own pace.
After driving about 4,000km through the park in a month and a half, I may be feeling a little complacent about its wonder and a little guilty about my fuel consumption, but I am convinced the locals’ “Kaka-don’t” nickname for it is more about the pun than the truth.
via Kakadu national park: what to do, where to go, what to see | Travel | The Guardian.

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