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Mamukala Wetlands Walk Kakadu National Park

Things to do in Kakadu National Park

Mamukala Wetlands Walk Kakadu National Park

The Mamukala Wetlands Walk in Kakadu National Park is a short walk that showcases an astonishing variety of bird life.

Things to do in Kakadu National Park

Mamukala Wetlands Walk is a short, flat walk from the car park to an observation platform where large numbers of magpie geese, kites, comb-crested jacanas, cormorants, willie wagtails, purple swamp hens, finches and kingfishers can be seen in a billabong, making this one of the best birdwatching areas in Kakadu.

Things to do in Kakadu National Park

Kakadu is home to one third of Australia’s bird species, and many of whom are endemic to this region. 

Things to do in Kakadu National Park

The viewing platform is covered and has seats for sitting quietly and watching the birds and wildlife. It can be accessed by wheelchair.

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Get more information on the Mamukala Wetlands Walk.

Get information on visiting Maguk Falls.

Visit Jim Jim Falls.

See the Spectacular Jumping Crocodiles.

See some of the world’s oldest rock art at Burrungkuy (Nourlangie) Rock.

Kakadu National Park map

Burrungkuy (Nourlangie) Rock Kakadu National Park

Things to do in Kakadu National Park

Burrungkuy (Nourlangie) Rock Kakadu National Park

See some of the world’s oldest and most impressive rock art along the Burrungkuy (Nourlangie) main gallery and shelter walk, and enjoy spectacular views of the Arnhem Land escarpment.

Things to do in Kakadu National Park

The stunning rock art at Burrungkuy (Nourlangie) documents life from 20,000 years ago to the first contact with European explorers. 

Things to do in Kakadu National Park

Burrungkuy (Nourlangie) is one reason why Kakadu is World Heritage-listed for outstanding cultural values. 

Things to do in Kakadu National Park

Take the 1.5 km gallery and shelter walk through what is essentially an outdoor cultural museum where the paintings, shelters and artefacts embedded in the rock present traditional ways of life for the local indigenous tribes. 

Burrungkuy-Nourlangie

The main rock art site on the walk is the Anbangbang gallery and shelter. There are a number of artistic styles spanning various time periods in the gallery that cover a range of topics including representations of creation beings, such as Namarrkon (lightning man), depictions of European sailing ships from first contact with white people and x-ray art of animals and fish.

Things to do in Kakadu National Park

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Further along the walk is the Kunwarddewardde lookout over the Arnhem Land escarpment.

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The walk to the main gallery is open all year round and is wheelchair accessible.

Kakadu National Park map

Read more about Burrungkuy (Nourlangie)

Get information on visiting Maguk Falls.
Visit Jim Jim Falls.
See the Spectacular Jumping Crocodiles.
See some of the world’s oldest rock art at Burrungkuy (Nourlangie) Rock.

Visiting Maguk Falls Kakadu National Park

Things to do in Kakadu National Park

Visiting Maguk Falls Kakadu National Park

Maguk Falls in Kakadu National Park is a pristine natural waterfall and plunge pool, accessible via a 4WD track and 1km bush walk.

Things to do in Kakadu National Park

The 14km unsealed road used to reach Maguk Falls is suitable for 4WD only. There is a moderate 1km walk/hike from the carpark to the plunge pool. 

Things to do in Kakadu National Park

Maguk is much easier to access than Jim Jim Falls, making it a more popular option for park visitors. 

Things to do in Kakadu National Park

The plunge pool is croc-free, and warmer than Jim Jim, making it a great option for swimming.

Things to do in Kakadu National Park

Swimming out to the waterfall and jumping off the rocks is popular, however it is quite a long swim and many visitors choose to bring a pool noodle if their swimming stamina is not fantastic. 

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Be sure to check that Maguk Falls is open before visiting. 

Get more information on Maguk Falls.
Visit Jim Jim Falls.
See the Spectacular Jumping Crocodiles

Visiting Jim Jim Falls, Kakadu National Park

Things to do in Kakadu National Park

Visiting Jim Jim Falls, Kakadu National Park

Jim Jim Falls are the tallest waterfalls in Kakadu National Park. Visit them by foot in the dry season or view them by air in the wet.

Things to do in Kakadu National Park

At 200m high, the mighty Jim Jim Falls are also bigger than all of the waterfalls at Litchfield and Nitmiluk National Parks in the Northern Territory.

Jim Jim Falls and nearby Twin Falls are special places for their Aboriginal custodians. They believe that Nayuhyungki, the creation ancestors, travelled across this area. 

During the summer months the falls are only able to be seen by air, however, during the dry season, it’s possible to walk through monsoon forest and clamber over boulders to reach the base of the falls.

Before starting on the drive to Jim Jim Falls, check the daily access report to ensure they are open to visitors.

It’s not an easy journey to make. The 50km road into the start of the walk is 4WD access only, is unsealed and often corrugated. It is a narrow, winding road that involves driving across a creek with a firm concrete base that can be more than 0.4 metres deep. A snorkel is highly recommended – we managed the drive without one but it was a hairy drive.

At the car part, there are basic toilet facilities and picnic tables.

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From the car park, it’ is a 2km return walk to a deep pool. 2km might not sound like much but it’s a really tough walk, particularly towards the end with massive sharp boulders to navigate. Allow a least an hour in each direction. The rocks and boulders can be extremely slippery, so sturdy footwear is essential.

Things to do in Kakadu National Park

The plunge pool at the base of Jim Jim falls is extremely deep and cold. Drownings have occurred here, and swimming is not recommended. 

Things to do in Kakadu National Park

Bring energy foods and snacks, plus several litres of water. Avoid walking in the hottest part of the day.

Things to do in Kakadu National Park

While there are generally no crocs in the waterfall, be aware that there may be crocs in the area at all times so be cautious and follow directions on the signs. 

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Get more information on Jim Jim falls.

See the amazing jumping crocodiles on the Adelaide River.

Adelaide River Jumping Crocodile Cruises: Spectacular Jumping Crocodile Cruise

Jumping crocodile cruises

Adelaide River Jumping Crocodile Cruises: Spectacular Jumping Crocodile Cruise

See the Aussie saltwater croc up close on the Adelaide River jumping crocodile cruises. 

A trip to the Top End isn’t complete without spotting one of our most fearsome apex predators – the Australian Saltwater Crocodile. 

Jumping crocodile cruises

The crocodile was facing extinction 40 years ago, after 50 years of extensive hunting for their skin. In the early 1970s, the number of crocodiles in the wild had dwindled to as low as 3000.

Jumping crocodile cruises

Crocodile hunting was banned in the early 1970s, the result of pressure from conservation groups, and numbers since then have recovered to sustainable numbers. 

One of the best ways to see wild crocodiles is on one of the jumping crocodile cruises run by Spectacular Crocodile Cruises.  

Jumping crocodile cruises

The river cruise is an educational adventure, where guests learn about Croc biology, territorial habits and their value to the ecosystem.

Jumping crocodile cruises

You’ll see not only the largest saltwater crocodiles up close, but some of north Australia’s most interesting birdlife as well.

Jumping crocodile cruises

Tours are scheduled daily at 9am, 11am, 1pm & 3pm, are scheduled to last an hour.

Jumping crocodile cruises

There are a few groups Adelaide River jumping crocs tours, however the Spectacular Crocodile Cruises is the only one that is Aboriginal owned. 

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Canoelands Orchard Fruit Picking

Canoelands Orchard

Canoelands Orchard

Pick your own fruit at Canoelands Orchard. Nectarines, peaches, blueberries, strawberries and more are available seasonally at this orchard in the Hawkesbury.

Canoelands Orchard

Canoelands Orchard offers pick-your-own seasonal produce. Entry fee may vary but is generally $5 adult, $3 kids 5-15 and under 5s free. 

Canoelands Orchard

Cost for fruit picked:

$6/kg for stone fruit, (nectarines, plums, peaches)
$6/kg Apples
$6/kg for tomatoes and eggplant
$10/kg Strawberries and
$20/kg blueberries
$6/kg citrus

Canoelands Orchard

Canoelands asks that if you wish to taste the fruit that you taste only one piece, the rest must be purchased. 

Canoelands Orchard

Environmentally-friendly picking bags are available for $1 each, or you can bring your own bags and containers. 

Canoelands Orchard

It’s a short walk from the entrance to the orchard. Carts are free to borrow and I highly recommend taking one as the fruit gets heavy, fast. 

Canoelands Orchard

There are friendly farm animals to meet and feed (please purchase animal food there and don’t feed them anything else. Dogs are not welcome, so leave your doggos at home. 

Canoelands Orchard

There is a small playground for kids.

Canoelands Orchard

Standard bookings are for 2 hours. Please depart promptly at the end of your time slot.

Canoelands Orchard

There is a cafe onsite. We ordered a cheese and fruit grazing box in advance ($39 for small). Large is $79.

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The shop at the entrance sells fantastic locally-made produce such as honey and jams.

Canoelands Orchard

Canoelands Orchard
27-29 Canoelands Rd, Canoelands NSW
http://www.canoelandsorchard.com

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Strawberry Picking at the Bilpin Fruit Bowl

Strawberry Picking Bilpin Fruit Bowl

Strawberry Picking at the Bilpin Fruit Bowl

Enjoy strawberry picking at the Bilpin Fruit Bowl. A visit to the strawberry farm is the perfect spring activity for families with kids of all ages. 

Bilpin is a small town in the City of Hawkesbury local government area in the Blue Mountains, west of Sydney, approximately 1.5 hours from the Sydney CBD.

Strawberry Picking Bilpin Fruit Bowl

The Bilpin Fruit Bowl has a large range of fruit and vegetables available for picking throughout the year. They have recently put in a hot house and for the first time have strawberries available for picking. 

Strawberry Picking Bilpin Fruit Bowl

The strawberry farm at the Bilpin Fruit Bowl is located inside a large hot house with open sides which allow plenty of fresh air for ventilation. 

Strawberry Picking Bilpin Fruit Bowl

What you need to know about strawberry picking at the  Bilpin Fruit Bowl:

There is an entry cost of $20 for adults, $10 for children aged between 3 and 12. Free for children under 3 years of age.

Strawberry Picking Bilpin Fruit Bowl

The entry cost allows you to eat as much fruit as you want as you pick it.

To take the rest of your fruit home costs $20/kg for strawberries.

Strawberry Picking Bilpin Fruit Bowl

Empty punnets and scissors for cutting strawberries off the vines are provided at the entrance. You can also BYO baskets and containers.

Bookings are essential and limited to 200 people every 2 hours. 

Strawberry Picking Bilpin Fruit Bowl

There is a small shop/cafe onsite serving light meals and snacks as well as selling locally-grown fruit. Bathrooms are located next to the cafe/shop.

Picnics are allowed but expect everybody to follow COVID rules. Please bring your own picnic rugs and chairs and picnic in the designated picnic area only. There are no picnics allowed inside the farm.

Strawberry Picking Bilpin Fruit Bowl

You must pay for whatever you pick. (YOU PICK IT YOU OWN IT).

Please keep an eye on small children and ensure the vines aren’t damaged and fruit isn’t thrown.

Strawberry Picking Bilpin Fruit Bowl

While the hot house has a roof, we found the best strawberry vines to be located at the first aisle next to the entrance which was quite sunny – so bring hat, sunglasses, sunscreen. 

Strawberry Picking Bilpin Fruit Bowl

I would suggest wearing closed in shoes as it’s a farm and you’ll be walking through dirt.

Strawberry Picking Bilpin Fruit Bowl

There are plenty of lettuce and bok choi varieties available at the very back of the hot house.

Strawberry Picking Bilpin Fruit Bowl

Enjoy your strawberry picking! We spend about an hour gorging ourselves at the strawberry farm and still took home a lot for later.

Bilpin Fruit Bowl
2093 Bells Line of Road
Bilpin NSW

bilpinfruitbowl.com.au

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Glenbernie Family Farms: Sunflower Picking Farm

Glenburnie Farm Sunflowers

Glenbernie Family Farms: Sunflower Picking Farm

Enjoy sunflower picking at Glenbernie Family Farms in the Hawkesbury. Take photos galore and bring home a beautiful bunch from the sunflower farm.

Glenburnie Farm Sunflowers

Book an hour slot to take as many photos as your heart desires and pick a perfect bunch of sunflowers at this family-owned farm located in Kurmond, an hour and a bit drive from the Sydney CBD.

Glenburnie Farm Sunflowers

Bring a bucket, water and secateurs to cut the sunflowers. I would also suggest a hat and sunscreen. There are portaloos available but no proper bathroom facilities.

Glenburnie Farm Sunflowers

Entry is $10 adult, $5 kids, 2 and under are free. Sunflowers are $4 each to take home.

I would suggest going at the start of your session and also picking the first session of the day when the sun isn’t as hot and there are less people visiting the sunflower farm.

Glenburnie Farm Sunflowers

Glenburnie strictly follows the current NSW health orders which means until Dec 1 only fully vaccinated adults are able to visit. Unvaccinated kids are welcome.

Glenburnie Farm Sunflowers

Our sunflower picking was such a fun morning, with very enthusiastic reviews from the kids.

Glenburnie Farm Sunflowers

If it has been raining, bring gumboots. I would wear closed shoes regardless as there is a lot of dirt around the sunflowers.

Well-behaved dogs on leads are welcome.

Picnics are allowed – bring a blanket. We chose to drive back into Richmond for brunch at the Ugly Mug. There is a park with a playground situated directly across the road from the cafe. The Ugly Mug offers outdoor dining.

The Ugly Mug

Glenbernie Family Farms
610 Bells Line of Rd, Kurmond NSW
Opening days and times vary.
0407945581
mrikalsaliba@gmail.com
glenberniefamilyfarms.com.au
facebook.com/glenberniefamilyfarms

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Central West NSW Road Trip: Your Complete Itinerary

Canola Cowra Mayfield

Central West NSW Road Trip: Your Complete Itinerary

Enjoy stunning scenery, try local cuisine and wine, and immerse yourself in history, culture and art on this epic family-friendly road trip through Central West NSW from Sydney to Orange, Parkes, Dubbo and back again via the Blue Mountains.

Blue Mountains (100km, 1.5 hrs)

Only 90 minutes from Sydney lies the first stop, the World Heritage-listed Blue Mountains National Park.

Katoomba Falls

The region is full of art, history, thriving cafes and spectacular natural beauty. We highly recommend spending a few days in the area to explore Katoomba, Leura, Lithgow, Wentworth and Falconbridge. 

Get ideas on bush walks, waterfalls, high teas and galleries to visit in the Blue Mountains.

Oberon (87km, 1.5hr)

This beautiful little rural town is home to many farm stays, bush walks and gardens, but is best known for Jenolan Caves and the stunning Mayfield Garden. Jenolan Caves are the largest and most spectacular caves in Australia, and among world’s oldest caves.

Mayfield Garden Oberon

Mayfield Garden is one of the world’s largest privately-owned cool climate gardens, best visited in autumn and spring but stunning  year ’round.

Read more about visiting Mayfield Garden

Bathurst (48km, 40 mins)

Bathurst is home to 1000 heritage buildings, with over 200 years of European history, and tens of thousands of years of indigenous heritage. 

Things To See & Do In Historic Bathurst, NSW

This small town is a fab spot to stop for a few days or to base yourself for a longer stay and visit outlying towns. Bathurst has fantastic cafes and restaurant as well as an excellent adventure playground, the Australian Fossil and Mineral Museum and the famous Mt Panorama racetrack.

We suggest driving from Bathurst to Orange and spending a few days at either town as a good base.

Read more about things to do in Bathurst.

Orange (56km, 1 hr)

Orange is a large regional town, with major facilities and shops. It’s also a wine region and known for its fine wine and excellent food.

Orange Lake Canobolas

The tranquil Lake Canobolas is a must-visit in the area, a lovely recreational area for the town with swimming beaches, a large playground and picnic areas. Orange is a great location to base yourself for a few days and see other towns in the region. A visit to the Heifer Station is a must.

We suggest driving from Orange to Cowra, with visiting Millthorpe and Carcoar along the way.

Read more about things to do in Orange.

Millthorpe (22km, 20 mins)

The perfect day trip in the Orange region, Millthorpe is a heritage-listed village with historical buildings, restaurants, shops and wineries. There are plenty of ways to spend a lovely day in Milthorpe.

Milthorpe Millthorpe

Read more about things to do in Milthorpe.

Carcoar (26km, 20 mins)

Visit the historic village of Carcoar in the NSW Central Tablelands. Take a walking tour of the preserved 19 century buildings set amongst picturesque green hills.

Carcoar

Read more about things to do in Carcoar.

Cowra (55km, 40 mins)

Discover Cowra’s stunning Japanese Garden, military history and outdoor activities. Visit in spring to experience fields of gold canola!  

Cowra

Cowra is a medium-sized country town with a fascinating history. The site of the largest Prisoner of War breakout in modern military history, Cowra has several sites to visit that speak to the town’s role in WW2. 

Cowra is also well known for their tranquil Japanese Garden and beautiful fields of canola in spring. 

We suggest driving from Cowra to Parkes, stopping at Canowindra along the way.

Read more about things to do in Cowra.

Canowindra (33km, 30 mins)

The historic village of Canowindra is home to hot air balloons, colonial history and a fascinating collection of prehistoric fish fossils.

Canowindra

Read more about a day trip to Canonwindra.

Parkes (75km, 1 hr)

We drove from Orange to Parkes stopping in Canowindra along the way. 

Parkes

Parkes has plenty of attractions, including the world-famous Parkes Radio Telescope ‘The Dish’, the Henry Parkes Centre, Peak Hill Open Cut Experience and vibrant street art.

Read about things to do in Parkes.

Dubbo (120km, 1.5 hrs)

Visit the vibrant regional city of Dubbo. Go wild at Taronga Western Plains Zoo and discover the region’s history and heritage.

9 Tips For Visiting Taronga Western Plains Zoo, Dubbo, Australia

Read about things to do in Dubbo.

Gulgong (109km, 1 1/4 hrs)

Gulgong is a 19th-century gold rush town in the Central Tablelands that is absolutely worth stopping by on your drive from Dubbo to Mudgee.

Gulgong

Read more about visiting Gulgong NSW.

Mudgee (33km, 1/2 hr)

The famous wine town is a must-stop to enjoy strolling past the beautiful 19th century buildings, dining on excellent cuisine, sipping some locally-pressed wine and enjoying the country air.

Mudgee

Read more about things to do in Mudgee.

Mt Wilson / Mt Tomah / Bilpin (160km, 2 hrs)

This stunning area is technically part of the Blue Mountains region, however is a bit tricky to reach from the Katoomba-side. The region is well-known for its stunning gardens, particularly in spring and autumn, and orchards which are open for fruit picking seasonally.

Mudgee

Read about our experiences at the Royal Botanic Gardens Mt Tomah, Breenhold Gardens at Mt Wilson and Wildwood Garden at Bilpin. You can also find out where and when to go for fruit picking in Sydney or more ideas for what to do in the Blue Mountains area.

Back to Sydney (125km, 2hrs)

Central West NSW Road Trip Map

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Step back in time in Gulgong NSW

Gulgong

Step back in time in Gulgong NSW

Take a walk through 19 century regional Australia in Gulgong, a former gold mining town in the Mudgee region of NSW.

Gulgong

In the 1870s people flocked to the town hoping to strike it rich. Gold was found at nearby Red Hill and 20,000 people came to the area seeking an easy fortune. Prior to the gold rush, Gulgong was just a large property for used for raising sheep. You can learn more about the gold rush at the Gulgong Pioneers Museum and on the Gulgong Gold Experience.

Gulgong

Gulgong has around 130 National Trust-listed buildings, many of which still have their original verandahs and iron-lace balconies.

Gulgong

The town is also home to Australia’s oldest operating opera house, the Prince of Wales Opera House. Dame Nellie Melba once performed at the Oper House, which opened in 1871.

Gulgong

Another museum to check out is the Gulong Holtermann Museum which features a collection of more than 350 photographs of the region from the UNESCO-listed Holtermann Collection and uses interactive displays to immerse visitors in the past.

Gulgong

Gulgong was also home to the great Australian writer and bush poet Henry Lawson, who spent his childhood in the area. Drop by the Henry Lawson Centre to learn about his life and legacy.

Gulgong

Read more about things to do in Gulgong NSW.

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Get your complete Central West NSW Road Trip itinerary.

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