posted on Mar, 25 2015 @ 05:53 AM
a reply to: CaptiNimble
Yeah, drop into or get in touch with the Northern Aboriginal Land Council (I think that is what its still called) when you get up north. Plan a trip
and seek a permit for its duration in the areas where you intend to visit.
Ramingining is a small community inland but has a length of road to "the ramp". Across the small strait is Millingimbi island, another small
aboriginal community. The area is known as the crocodile islands and has many small inlets/rivers/creeks. Strictly no alcohol.
Lots of Buff and of course the lizards. Crabs are huge. Tins of repellant mate and plenty of water.
If you get a permit there are some friendly locals who will point you in the right direction. April is a good time to visit. Check the level and
tide of the Alligator if you cross from the Kakadu end. Perhaps after passing through that country take the back road up to Nuhulunby to freshen up.