While the past 20 years have seen great progress in native title land claims, and protecting our National Parks, the future of Australia’s north is at a crossroads. We chat with Graham Tupper to find out why.
The Red Centre might be the beating heart of Australia, but Kakadu National Park is where the country goes to cool off. It’s a 20,000 square kilometer stretch of billabongs, wetlands, gorges and rivers.
We get asked a lot what a group trip in Kakadu National Park looks like. What do you see, what do you do, how many times do you get to swim in photogenic billabongs – that kind of thing…