Carolyn and Greg's Nomadic Adventures travel blog

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21st May

We are finding the Top End one of the most extraordinary,colourful regions where you can experience true Australia.

This morning before witnessing sunset at Lee Point,we ventured to Dripstone Cliffs. The beach was pristine and the air so clear. Enjoyed our stroll seeing all the different colours in the cliffs and having a paddle in the pools of water. We did check the water first making sure nothing was lurking there.

22nd May

Plan for the day is a visit to Crocodylus Park and Zoo. This park has been built upon 30 years of experience in crocodile research and conservation.Crocodylus Park plays host to over 1,000 crocodiles from a foot long hatchlings to massive adults measuring 16 feet and weighing half a ton. The park also boasts a diverse range of other wildlife.

We enjoyed our visit and learned a lot about crocodiles hoping they are the only ones we see behind enclosures.Have to be careful in all the water ways as they could be lurking any where. For swimming it is best to check with the rangers and wildlife guys before swimming.



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