Giant frogs are common around gardens over the wet season, so be careful not to confuse them with cane toads.
Ranger Clare Pearce When waterways fill during the wet season, it is easier for salties to move to places that you may not expect to see them.
Ranger Clare Pearce The Parks and Wildlife Commission hopes to have Giwining up and running for the dry season of 2017.
Ranger Clare Pearce Wolf Spiders are fierce nocturnal hunters that depend on excellent eyesight and an acute sense of touch to hunt.
Ranger Clare Pearce Some species of mistletoe around Katherine put on a seasonal display of reddish orange flowers as the rain approaches.
Ranger Clare Pearce A holiday at home can be jam packed with low cost outings, like the swimming spots at Leliyn, or Edith Falls in Nitmiluk National Park.
Ranger Clare Pearce In the Top End you should expect to find saltwater crocodiles in any waterway at any time.
Ranger Clare Pearce The Katherine region has a range of wonderful walking trails, but people need to be prepared when setting out.
Ranger Clare Pearce The secretive and spiky echidna is common around Katherine but you will rarely see them.
Meet the four up-and-comers who are finalists in the 2017 erritory’s Young Australian of the Year awards.