|Panoramic view of the river and one of the boats while we were waiting to depart|
|The moon was still shining just before we departed on the cruise|
|Crocs in and out of the water|
|Buffalo, Plumed Whistling-duck, Egret, Cormorant|
|Nakeen Night Heron, Comb-crested Jacana?, Great blue heron?, Brolga|
|Black necked stork (jabiru), White bellied Sea Eagle, Azure kingfisher, Magpie goose|
|Dozens of ducks everywhere on river or land|
The sun rising and the golden hues and spectacular reflections on the water were just breathtaking!
The Yellow Water Billabong was certainly the highlight of my trip.
|The pool surrounded by vegatation, the rocks and boulders on our 1km walk/climb to the pool and one of the small "beaches" along the way|
|Panorama view of Maguk|
|The falls and huge hole in the rocks|
|Nourlangie Rock from the car park|
Our next stop was at the Bowali Visitor Centre in the town of Jabiru. With a library, small theatre and interpretative displays, this visitor centre wil tell you everything about Kakadu. Park passes can also be bought here if you haven't got one online or haven't bought one in one of the 10 other venues that sell them (our tour guide had arranged these before our trip).
|The Mercure Crocodile Hotel, Jabiru town, the Uranium mine and me and travelling companions |