We begin with the long drive from Darwin to Kakadu where we leave the bitumen and head down the rough Graveside track. We leave the vehicle and enter a wonderland. The Graveside area contains the greatest concentration of permanently flowing creeks we have found in Kakadu. You walk through deep gorges and, if you wish, you can take advantage of the nicest natural waterslide we have found. With the road closed for most of the time we will be there, we should have it all to ourselves.
We gradually work our way around a long loop, stopping at one of the most remote waterfalls in Kakadu along the way. When we get back to the vehicle, we drive to Katherine for the second section of the trip.
Terrain and difficulty. This is a relatively easy trip with plenty of time for swimming and relaxing. There are, however, one or two long days, but these come after you've had a couple of days to get used to the walking. There is a substantial amount of rockhopping along creeks. Those who have never done anything like this before sometimes find it fairly difficult.
Your rewards are waterfalls, wildflowers, an incredible Kakadu wilderness experience and an Aboriginal cultural experience of a kind that no other operator can offer you.
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