Kakadu and Litchfield in the wet season

by Allan
(McKinnon, Victoria)

Jim Jim Falls

Jim Jim Falls

Jim Jim Falls Twin Falls Wangi Falls Tolmer Falls

We went to Kakadu, Litchfield and Katherine Gorge in January 2006 in the wet. (I also put a note and photo in the Katherine section.) These are some photos we took in Kakadu and Litchfield. You will recognise where the attached pictures were taken, but I guess not many people see it like this!

They look nothing like the postcard shots we saw of these places! The aerial photos were taken in Kakadu, and the pilot who took us up had been flying the loop for 6 years and hadn't seen as much water or as many waterfalls as he did on our trip. In fact we did extra loops because he was so impressed!!

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Kakadu and Litchfield falls in the wet
by: Birgit

Hi Allan,

Wow! Those are some awesome photos! Thank you for sharing them!
I recognise some of them (I think), Jim Jim and Wangi Falls, but am not sure about the second one (Florence?) and the last (Tolmer?). They look very different in the wet...

Kakadu and Litchfield in the wet season
by: Allan

Hi Birgit,
3 out of 4! Well done!
Believe it or not, the second one is Twin Falls.

By the way, you have a very relaxed, eloquent writing style and we are even more impressed when we realise you are not a native speaker. We're thoroughly enjoying reading your websites and the guides.


by: Birgit

Thanks for the kind words, Allan! Much appreciated.
Twin Falls... Now that you say it is obvious.
I have added the names to all the photos.
Thanks again for sharing!

Wet Season Visit
by: Fiona

Did you have trouble deciding on which companies to fly with? We are going to visit in the wet season next year. Do you have any suggestions of things to do for us?

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