Humpty Doo - Eat

Humpty Doo
Small town between Darwin and Kakadu.
Humpty Doo lies 47 kms from Darwin on the Arnhem Highway. It is famous for the fact that in the 1950s it was one of the great failed postwar agricultural experiments.

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Humpty Doo - Sleep

Humpty Doo
Small town between Darwin and Kakadu.
Humpty Doo lies 47 kms from Darwin on the Arnhem Highway. It is famous for the fact that in the 1950s it was one of the great failed postwar agricultural experiments.

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Humpty Doo - Culture and History

Humpty Doo
Small town between Darwin and Kakadu.
Humpty Doo lies 47 kms from Darwin on the Arnhem Highway. It is famous for the fact that in the 1950s it was one of the great failed postwar agricultural experiments.

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Groote Eylandt - Fast Facts

Groote Eylandt (including Angurugu, Alyangula and Umbakumba)
A major mining operation off the coast of Arnhem Land.
Groote Eylandt, which is Dutch meaning 'big island' or 'large island', is located 630 km from Darwin by air and lies off the east coast of Arnhem Land in the Gulf of Carpentaria.

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Groote Eylandt - Places to See

Groote Eylandt (including Angurugu, Alyangula and Umbakumba)
A major mining operation off the coast of Arnhem Land.
Groote Eylandt, which is Dutch meaning 'big island' or 'large island', is located 630 km from Darwin by air and lies off the east coast of Arnhem Land in the Gulf of Carpentaria.

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Groote Eylandt - Culture and History

Groote Eylandt (including Angurugu, Alyangula and Umbakumba)
A major mining operation off the coast of Arnhem Land.
Groote Eylandt, which is Dutch meaning 'big island' or 'large island', is located 630 km from Darwin by air and lies off the east coast of Arnhem Land in the Gulf of Carpentaria.

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Gove - Fast Facts

Gove Peninsula (including Nhulunbuy and Yirrkala)
An important mining town on the edge of Arnhem Land.
At the northeastern corner of Arnhem Land lies the Gove Peninsula and the mining town of Nhulunbuy. It is accessible, on a regular basis, by air from Darwin (650 km) and Cairns (1190 km). During the dry season, and with the appropriate documentation from the Northern Land Council, it can be reached by 4WD from Katherine. The journey which passes through the Arnhem Land Aboriginal reserve is 700 km over rough dirt roads and takes approximately 14 hours. (see Yarn Feedback for another perspective on the quality of the road). There are no fuel stops on the way. The current attitude of the Northern Land Council to such journeys is that there must be some reason beyond sightseeing or simply wanting to travel around the edges of the continent. Consequently applications to travel through Arnhem Land are not easy to obtain.

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Gove - Eat

Gove Peninsula (including Nhulunbuy and Yirrkala)
An important mining town on the edge of Arnhem Land.
At the northeastern corner of Arnhem Land lies the Gove Peninsula and the mining town of Nhulunbuy. It is accessible, on a regular basis, by air from Darwin (650 km) and Cairns (1190 km). During the dry season, and with the appropriate documentation from the Northern Land Council, it can be reached by 4WD from Katherine. The journey which passes through the Arnhem Land Aboriginal reserve is 700 km over rough dirt roads and takes approximately 14 hours. (see Yarn Feedback for another perspective on the quality of the road). There are no fuel stops on the way. The current attitude of the Northern Land Council to such journeys is that there must be some reason beyond sightseeing or simply wanting to travel around the edges of the continent. Consequently applications to travel through Arnhem Land are not easy to obtain.

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