Aug 26-29 2022
SHARE FUN AND LEARNING WITH LIKE-MINDED PEOPLE WHILE RAISING FUNDS FOR ECNT!
Four days (Friday-Monday), medium-difficult grade (off-track walking through rough, remote woodland and along rocky creeks with an overnight pack).
In the southern area of Australia’s largest national park - Kakadu - is the valley of the Upper South Alligator River and its tributaries draining from the Arnhemland and Marrawal Plateaus. It’s a valley of great natural heritage and is culturally sacred to Indigenous people. Decades ago it was the site of a passionate environmental and cultural stand-off – one of the biggest in Australia’s history – which some think led to the toppling of a prime-minister.
If you have some experience with overnight bushwalking, have good fitness and a desire to experience and learn about this area, join us on this trip along one of this valley's wild and beautiful tributaries.
Evening meals provided (each participant carries a share of the ingredients). Share transport and loan camping equipment may be available.
Suggested donation: $600 or more (ECNT members /Territory Guardians: $550).
To find out more, email [email protected] with your phone number and someone will call you.
Thanks to Wilis’s Walkabouts, Kakadu National Park and Greenies Realfood for their assistance with this trip.