Kakadu Photos - Images of Kakadu - Top End Explorer Tours
Anja Toms of Top End Explorer Tours is a tour guide and keen photographer - her photographs tell the story of Kakadu National Park.
Bird of the Week: the Bush Stone Curlew as a harbinger of death … and more – The Northern Myth
Young people, feeling hopeless, began to tell each other to follow their ancestors and kill themselves like Purrukapali. But the real story said something else. The true story was about creation, how our first man died to create the Curlew, from the spirit of our first woman, his wife, and how the moon was created from the spirit of Purrukapali's treacherous brother. This was the real story. How can we sort it out?" he asks. "How can we change the ending of the story?"
Ken Hurst Park
Note: Ken Hurst Park is completely fenced and gated. Permission for access is not usually provided but the Friends of Ken Hurst Park occasionally conduct tours. Should you wish to join a walk please click on the link below for a KHP email contact. Ken Hurst Park is a 53 hectare area of remnant bushland in Leeming bounded by Roe Highway to the north; Leeming Road and Jandakot Airport to the south and the standard guage rail line through the centre. It is about 20 km south of the Perth CBD and…