OK! Magazine Australia|March 30, 2020
Rugged red escarpments, cascading waterfalls and majestic wetlands – there’s nothing quite like the Top End of Australia’s Northern Territory. Taking in the region’s natural beauty in a tent was always high on my bucket list. But doing it in style, without the hassle or fuss? Well, that was an added treat!
Three-hour drive south-east of Darwin, Indigenous-owned Cooinda Lodge is an ideal base to stage your Kakadu adventure, due to the site’s proximity to magical places like Nourlangie Rock – home to some of the world’s oldest Aboriginal rock art – and variety of tours.
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March 30, 2020