Crossing the Calvert River near Wollogorang

Wollogorang

Wollogorang
Huge cattle station on the Gulf of Carpentaria near the Queensland border.
It would be hard to imagine a place in the Northern Territory where the elusive 'spirit of the Territory' is more persuasively captured than Wollogorang Station. This is outback Australia, with all its rough edges showing, at its most authentic.

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Wangi Falls, Litchfield Park.

Batchelor

Batchelor (including Rum Jungle and Litchfield Park)
The entrance to one of the Northern Territory's most beautiful and untouched parks.
Batchelor lies 98 km south of Darwin. It came to prominence with the discovery of uranium at Rum Jungle. Today it is the entrance to the magnificent Litchfield Park with its series of spectacular spring-fed creeks and falls.

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Bathurst Island - Fast Facts

Bathurst Island
Bathurst and Melville Islands are known as the Tiwi Islands. They are both popular destinations for one and two day trips from Darwin.
Bathurst Island lies 80 km to the north of Darwin across the Beagle Gulf and covers an area of 2 600 sq. km. The home of the Tiwi Aborigines (it is now an Aboriginal Reserve) for thousands of years the island was first sighted by Europeans in 1644 when Abel Tasman passed by on his way from Batavia.

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Bathurst Island - Culture and History

Bathurst Island
Bathurst and Melville Islands are known as the Tiwi Islands. They are both popular destinations for one and two day trips from Darwin.
Bathurst Island lies 80 km to the north of Darwin across the Beagle Gulf and covers an area of 2 600 sq. km. The home of the Tiwi Aborigines (it is now an Aboriginal Reserve) for thousands of years the island was first sighted by Europeans in 1644 when Abel Tasman passed by on his way from Batavia.

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Bathurst Island - Places to See

Bathurst Island
Bathurst and Melville Islands are known as the Tiwi Islands. They are both popular destinations for one and two day trips from Darwin.
Bathurst Island lies 80 km to the north of Darwin across the Beagle Gulf and covers an area of 2 600 sq. km. The home of the Tiwi Aborigines (it is now an Aboriginal Reserve) for thousands of years the island was first sighted by Europeans in 1644 when Abel Tasman passed by on his way from Batavia.

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Batchelor - Fast Facts

Batchelor (including Rum Jungle and Litchfield Park)
The entrance to one of the Northern Territory's most beautiful and untouched parks.
Batchelor lies 98 km south of Darwin. It came to prominence with the discovery of uranium at Rum Jungle. Today it is the entrance to the magnificent Litchfield Park with its series of spectacular spring-fed creeks and falls.

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Batchelor - Culture and History

Batchelor (including Rum Jungle and Litchfield Park)
The entrance to one of the Northern Territory's most beautiful and untouched parks.
Batchelor lies 98 km south of Darwin. It came to prominence with the discovery of uranium at Rum Jungle. Today it is the entrance to the magnificent Litchfield Park with its series of spectacular spring-fed creeks and falls.

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Batchelor - Places to See

Batchelor (including Rum Jungle and Litchfield Park)
The entrance to one of the Northern Territory's most beautiful and untouched parks.
Batchelor lies 98 km south of Darwin. It came to prominence with the discovery of uranium at Rum Jungle. Today it is the entrance to the magnificent Litchfield Park with its series of spectacular spring-fed creeks and falls.

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