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Kakadu and Litchfield National Park

Darwin is the largest city in the sparsely populated Northern Territory, with a population of 136.245. Located 240 kilometres east of Darwin in Australia’s tropical north, Kakadu National Park is Australia’s largest terrestrial national park. Kakadu covers almost 20,000 square kilometres and is a place of enormous ecological and biological diversity.

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  8. Magnetic termit mounds in the Litchfield National Park

    These termite mounds are built by thousands of termites with a north-south orientation to control the temperature inside the mound…

  9. Florence Falls from above

    The Florence Falls (Aboriginal: Karrimurra) is a segmented waterfall on the Florence Creek located within the Litchfield National…

  10. Florence Falls from the ground

    The waterfall descends from an elevation of 64 metres (210 ft) above sea level via a series of segmented tiers that range in heigh…

  11. The Wangi Falls in the Litchfield National Park

    The Wangi Falls is a segmented waterfall on the Wangi Creek located within the Litchfield National Park in the Northern Territory…

  12. The Wangi Falls

    The waterfall descends from an elevation of 84 metres (276 ft) above sea level via a series of segmented tiers that range in heigh…

  13. Flying fox

    Bats of the genus Pteropus, belonging to the megabat suborder, Megachiroptera, are the largest bats in the world.

  14. Wangi Falls in the late afternoon

  15. Lookout close to the Tolmer Falls