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Turtle Migration
Turtle Migration

Have you seen a turtle nesting site before? Bare Sand Island just 60km southwest from Darwin is a regular nesting spot for the Top End turtles. They nest all year round but mostly between May and October, June and July are the peak of the season when dozens of giant...

Dundee beach markets
Dundee beach markets

Darwin is the Top End’s multi-cultural capital, and this is greatly represented through the many markets. While Darwin has the famous Mindil Beach Sunset Markets, we have our very own Dundee Beach Markets! My go to is the famous Dundee-licious homemade ice cream,...

Campfire damper
Campfire damper

It can get a little chilly in the dry season (insert all southerners rolling their eyes) and the best way to get toasty is in front of a campfire. Family favourite is my homemade damper in a camp oven cooked over hot coals (hmmmm just thinking about), the best part is...

Chilli Mud Crab
Chilli Mud Crab

How great is the produce and seafood in the Top End? Especially if you catch it fresh! Everyone has their go to for cooking mud crabs or muddies as they are referred to by the locals! Mud Crabs are most often steamed au naturel to savour the sweetness of the meat, but...

Mozzie and midge management
Mozzie and midge management

Hmmm what sucks about the NT… hard to think since we live in tropical paradise! Ok yes, the heat and humidity in the wet is not for everyone... Arrh yes or the mosquitos and sandflies! But if you live near water I’m sure you’ve experienced these blood suckers! Often...

Tides and Fishing
Tides and Fishing

If you’re heading to the Top End and enjoy having a flick then you must have crack at the famous Barramundi! Barra can be caught all year round, but their peak is at the end of the wet season between March and May, us locals call it the ‘run off’. Barramundi live in...