Quick Impression: Greek Festival Brisbane

Quick Impression: Greek Festival Brisbane

Greek Festival Brisbane – The Backpack Journal Watch this video on YouTube West End is one of Brisbane’s most lively and diverse neighbourhoods. It’s like a cultural melting pot. Most pronounced however, is the Greek influence. In the 1920’s, a...

Gallery: Darwin Moments

Darwin’s impressive Waterfront Precinct, totally rebuilt after Cyclone Tracy in 1974 Tons of flags hanging from the palm trees during the sport festival “Arafura Games” 2019 in Darwin Women beach volleyball game at Darwin Waterfront Precinct A cloudy...
Kakadu National Park, the Land of the Aboriginals

Kakadu National Park, the Land of the Aboriginals

Aboriginals are the indigenous inhabitants of Australia and they have probably the oldest living culture on Earth. In Kakadu, Australia’s biggest National Park, they are able to live in their traditional way. We meet Roby, an Aboriginal guide, for a cruise over...
QUICK IMPRESSION of the Kakadu National Park

QUICK IMPRESSION of the Kakadu National Park

Kakadu National Park – The Backpack Journal Watch this video on YouTube Watch our quick impression about one of Australia’s most impressive natural areas, the Kakadu National Park. Aboriginal tribes still inhabit Kakadu. One of the spoken languages by the...
Crocodile spotting in Darwin’s Wetlands

Crocodile spotting in Darwin’s Wetlands

Ever thought of seeing crocodiles in their natural environment? The wetlands around the Mary River – about an hour drive from Darwin – are amazing for Crocodile spotting! Today, we go on board with the crocodile expert Ian and set sail to explore the Mary...