The Kakadu National Park is a 20,000 square-kilometre UNESCO World Heritage Site – in fact it is one of the only places World Heritage listed for both it’s cultural and natural aspects. The wetland was recognized as an area of international significance due to it being a major staging point […]Read More
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Katie Stacey and nature photographer Luke Massey explored the unique flora and fauna of the Northern Territory in Australia. On their journey from Darwin to Kakadu National Park they encountered a multitude of birds and other species, for which the huge area is home. We document their experiences and stunning images […]Read More