As part of the Brisbane Festival, connecting with local stories created an opportunity to connect with local people. The locals Troy Casey and Amanda Hayman, curators of indigenous culture, hope to raise more awareness for the case of the Aboriginals. A campfire story about Australia’s forgotten past…
Hervey Bay in Australia is one of the top spots worldwide to go whale watching. Humpback whales use Hervey Bay as their playground when they take a brake on their journey from Great Barrier Reef to Antarctica. In the last week of August 2019, we set sail on board of The Spirit to spot the whales. An experience we will never forget.
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 the East Alligator River. Then we continue to explore the park, where we discover lots of wildlife and traces of the Ab
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 River System.
Just an hour drive from Northern Territory’s capital Darwin you’ll find Litchfield National Park, the little sister of the impressive Kakadu National Park. Litchfield is well known for its cooling plunge pools and therefore it might be the perfect place to escape the heat of Darwin’s tropical climate.