Gnarled, twisted, massive trunks of towering rainforest trees with their green canopies almost touching the sky, sheer cliffs and escarpments with the rush of water dropping in cataracts to raging rivers or suddenly placid pools below, exotic and quite often dangerous wildlife, and the pervasive mystery of a timeless land...
These provide the quintessential view of an Australia many travelers dream of, and which you can surely find in the Kakadu National Park in the Northern Territory at Australia's Top End.
Kakadu, Australia's largest (19,000 square kilometres) and possibly most exotic national park, exudes the very visions, sounds and smells -- and the romance and
danger -- of Crocodile Dundee country.
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