So long, Kakadu!

Six months have flown past, and it’s almost time to go home. It’s impossible to come to Kakadu without falling in love with the place, and I’ve started the long and painful process of farewelling the park.

Goodbye, Yellow Water! I’ll miss your sunsets and your giant crocodiles.

Yellow Water, Kakadu National Park

Yellow Water, Kakadu National Park

Goodbye, Nabulwinjbulwinj! I’ll miss you – although I’ll probably sleep easier in the south, when I’m not worried about you killing me with a yam in the night!

Narbulwinjbulwinj

Nabulwinjbulwinj warns women not to collect bush tucker on the floodplains alone

Goodbye, barrk! I’ll miss running into you on the way to work in the mornings.

Badbong

Barrk (black wallaroo)

Goodbye, Ubirr!

Nothing compares to an Ubirr sunset

Nothing compares to an Ubirr sunset

Boh boh, Kakadu!

Emily, Seasonal ranger, Kakadu National Park

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