The Kakadu National Park, park-rangers kills the threatening crocodiles in the area, so tourists can continue attending on some of the beautiful but yet dangerous places in the park. So instead of working "killing against killing", one solution can be that if the tourist want to enter the territory, the tourist can make an active choice to take that safe helicopter ride instead of that car or boat? Like that isn't equally magnificent! Let these incredible animals have the odds in their favor on this stunning World Heritage place- tourists adapting for the animals not the opposite!🐊

Over & out.

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A lovely place when you want to escape the outback for a bit! Found this hidden gem next to the highway but gosh the bats stinks...🦇 Wanted to relax and eat my lunch but got vomit attacks instead. Can't complaint though, this beauty soacks up rainwater deep down in the ground whereas the warmth from the underground heats it up, and then circles it back up again to the surface where we can swim in it. This heated rainwater that circulates can be 100 years old, how cool!!! So thermal pools with hundreds of bats above my head- check.


Ps, this is a crocodile-friendly area so it's strong restrictions where you can enter or not. I would say it was Katie that kept them away after the bats shit on her 👀

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These fashionable Termite Nests you can find along the road to Alice Springs literally everywhere! This is just 1 out of 10000 we saw on the way.

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​On top of Anzac Hill (war memorial monument) with a view over Alice Springs. 

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Two girls on the most risky roads and dangerous city in Australia... Ah well.

The outback represented for days: dead animals lying on the roads, alive ones too, dried out land and strange people. We knew that the glorious and luxury lifestyle disappeared as soon as we left Noosa. But the outback was definitely something.

What did I learn? First you need to consider common sense which is your safety. I was more afraid of meeting someone than interfere with the Australian wildlife. Second, don't outstand cause that will bring attention to you - you don't want that. Third, always fill up your vehicle with both gas and water on every gas station. You don't know when the next stop will come, so be prepared to survive if something happens. Then. Lastly, educate yourself and plan your route. When you've done that tell someone where you're going as soon as you got reception. Best way to tell someone - TELSTRA!

Peace

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