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Kakadu National Park – four day trip (carrying overnight pack)

8AM AUG 26 - 8PM AUG 29, 2022

Kakadu National Park

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.

 

WHERE
Kakadu National Park
CONTACT
Andy Peart ·