In this month’s article Boris Mar will make his way through Australia’s Northern Territory, home to some of the best national parks in the world. It is his last article covering Australia, before heading off to a different part of the globe: South America
I have reached almost the end of my journey through Australia. Soon I have to say goodbye to this gigantic continent and head off to South America. So far I have visited areas of Australia which are abundant with ancient Jurassic rainforests, waterfalls and deep canyons; not exactly what people envisage mentally when they think of Australia. This month I am making my way through Australia’s Northern Territory: the iconic Australia, known for its billabongs, crocodiles, red rock formations and endless dusty roads. After my adventure through the Kimberley, I spent several days in Darwin, which has 130,000 inhabitants and is by far the largest city in the sparsely populated Northern Territory, to stock up on supplies. It is closer to Indonesia than it is to any other sizeable Australian city; the wet season lasts for...
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