Kakadu-du-du, no pineapples, plenty of trees. A long weekend in the NT

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OZDUCK

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Thanks for the TR. Looks to have been a lovely little short get-away.
 

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Worked in Darwin for a number of years and yes coming in over that jutted landscape and crystal clear blue water each return was magic. Even moreso coming back from a cold, grey and miserable week off down south (even if it meant back to work)!
 
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We did a trip to the Red Centre in July and then stopped in at Kakadu on our way home to Darwin. One of the days we were at Kakadu we went into Jim Jim Falls but unfortunately there were no falls, but there were some great places to swim. We are looking at a fairly "dry" wet again this year so hopefully when you go back next year in April there will have been a bit more rain and everything is alot greener for you. I think you got a bargain paying just $199 a night, we paid $65 a night for a powered site for our camper trailer. Might have a look at the tents next time.
 

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We are looking at a fairly "dry" wet again this year so hopefully when you go back next year in April there will have been a bit more rain and everything is a lot greener for you. I think you got a bargain paying just $199 a night.

Agree totally that $199 a night was a steal! Won't be next April Lindy, our long weekends are all booked next year. Easter would have been perfect!
 
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