Legendary songwriter Slim Dusty once told us that “g’day, g’day, how ya goin’” is the Aussie way to greet your fellow travellers and make sure they are safe and well. It is a sentiment that holds true around our Northern Territory National Parks.
Ranger Clare Pearce MYTHICAL beasts are more glamorous than the real thing. Unicorns sparkle, they don’t stamp, dragons breath fire, they don’t run up trees and hide, and penny turtles never grow bigger than a fifty cent piece. Unfortunately like fire breathing dragons and unicorns, penny turtles don’t exist.
Ranger Claire Pearce Judbarra National Park is well worth a visit, but travellers should plan well to keep safe.
Ranger Claire Pearce The stunning Yellow Kapok can signal subtle seasonal changes in the landscape.
Melody Labinsky Seven friends celebrated their 80th birthdays together at the Katherine Club.
Lydia Lynch Movers and shakers from across Katherine gathered for a special morning tea this week.
Ranger Clare Pearce The cute little Wilkins Rock Wallaby was recognised as a distinct species in its own right in 2014.
Ranger Clare Pearce Pull completely off the road and stop your car when passing a larger vehicle on remote highways.
Ranger Clare Pearce Ornate Burrowing Frog is small and rotund, but is definitely one of the cuties of the amphibian world.
Ranger Clare Pearce The Umbrawarra Gorge Nature Park is a beautiful and fascinating place to visit.