A run down day-today of my experience of the Table Top Track in Litchfield National Park August 2015 including some images from the walk.
I've just returned from hiking the Table Top Track in Litchfield. The hike is a 39km, multi-day bushwalk, in a loop around the tabletop of Litchfield National Park.
We chose to complete the walk in four days, leaving early from Florence Falls on Saturday morning.
The Tabletop Track can be accessed by one of four different link walks; Florence Falls (approx 1.8km to the tabletop), Walker Creek, Wangi Falls or Greenant Creek (6.3km and very difficult from what I hear). We walked anti-clockwise and ended the walk back at Florence Falls on Tuesday…..
Corroboree Billabong is a large wetlands system and part of the Mary River region in the Northern Territory. It's environment is similar to a lot of other Top End wetlands: gorgeous crystal blue waters fringed by paperbarks and pandanus, filled with barramundi and the legendary saltwater crocodile. Corroboree is larger…
What are these markets?
If you are coming to Darwin on holiday, you should try to make it to Mindil Beach Sunset Markets! Mindil markets is held through the dry season (end of April until last week in October), every Thursday and Sunday evening….
The country surrounding Darwin has more than its fair share of waterfalls. Our landscape is patterned with rivers and rapids, gorges and escarpment. Our landscape goes through extreme seasonal changes: whilst our waterfalls are perfect for a refreshing dip in the dry season (as long as they are crocodile free, of course), they become a deathly torrent of raging flood waters in the wet season. Our waterfalls are some of our most loved attractions - loved by tourists and locals alike. So how do you go about photographing these natural wonders….