Kakadu National Park is Australia's largest national park, once an aboriginal autonomous region whose indigenous culture dates back 50,000 years. It was later classified as a national park and was included in the World Heritage List. There are rich landscapes, cliffs, floodplains, tropical rainforests, wetland waterfalls, and tens of thousands of colorful flora and fauna. But the most distinctive thing for me is that Kakadu is here. I can see the rock paintings from 20,000 years ago. This is the most direct evidence and carrier of the origin of indigenous cultures dating back tens of thousands of years.
In Australia's largest national park, you'll admire rugged cliffs, lush tropical rainforests, and rock art that has a history of 20,000 years. Go to the Huangshui River cruise, take a boat, and the millions of migratory birds that stop on the wet ground will surely make you stunned, and the fierce crocodile predation scene is quite exciting.
The captain told us the precautions, taught us how to use life jackets, and the children could not sit on their side. So the parents all persuaded their children to sit on the inside. The blonde girl in my front row kept looking at the river bank and trying to find the crocodile. "Crocodile!" She should be very proud. She didn't even notice the captain who knew it, but she first discovered a crocodile. I and her two sisters and mom and dad first looked in the direction of her chubby fingers, and found a crocodile quietly on the shore. The captain exclaimed to praise the little girl and retreated the hull near the crocodile. I don't know how long this crocodile has been here, and the wet water on the back has been dried. It may have been accustomed to facing tourists who are surprised to see themselves every day, as if a burnout employee who came out of work every day to get out of work and showed his face, did not move, and ignored us.
Australia's largest national park, Kakaduri, has a yellow water river boat trip to see wild animals. There are 6 shifts per day, and you can choose between 90 minutes and 120 minutes of tour time, but you need to make an appointment in advance.
The water in Huangshui River is not yellow, this is my first impression. Because of the crocodile in the water, the wire fence is reinforced around the hull, but don't be afraid. The crocodile is too lazy to care about you, squatting on the shore and enjoying the sun.
May-November is the best season to visit Huangshui River. In this wetland managed by Aboriginal people, a diverse number of birds have been born. In the wetlands, in addition to flocks of birds, you can also find water snakes, buffaloes and crocodiles.
Here, from time to time you can see the seabirds rushing down from the sky, plunging into the calm water, stirring up the waves in the water, after a while, it flies out from the water and takes Its prey fish flies away.
Seabirds and fish love each other, after all, it is an accident.