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Walkabout waterhole

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23rd Mar 2009, 02:13  

Caine says:

Stunning shot!

23rd Mar 2009, 02:36

morningbear says:


23rd Mar 2009, 06:24

JokerXL says:

Oh wow, National Geographic stuff!

23rd Mar 2009, 08:52

a sight for a thirsty man!

23rd Mar 2009, 10:19

Jig along says:

Thanks all for your kind words.

I wouldn't be suprised if National Geographic has been here. Kings Cascade waterfalls is the name of the place. It's very remote, only accessible via helicopter or boat, it got it's 15 minutes of fame some 20 years ago when an American actress decided to go for a swim. When they found the body, two crocs wanted it back and jump 1.5 metres up a boats side to pull it back.

23rd Mar 2009, 10:20

MaggieD says:

Lovely pic ..... though after hearing that tale, I don't feel much like going for a dip!

23rd Mar 2009, 20:01

Toddy says:

I really want to go there :-)

23rd Mar 2009, 21:47

midlife says:

wow... what a spectacular capture

24th Mar 2009, 02:41

Euphro says:

Beautiful and great story :)

24th Mar 2009, 15:44

Jigalong says:

Hey Toddy, next time your in the area we'll hire that helicopter and go to a visit.

24th Mar 2009, 22:47

FilbertFox says:

i does like it!

25th Mar 2009, 15:10

wow and I love the story

26th Mar 2009, 05:53

Jesson says:

Hey JL- am planning that trip to Kunnunurra you suggested- maybe for june/July/August. I take it this is not a place on the usual sigtseeing trips?? Might have to look into some side trips- this place looks spectacular.

How did you cope with being there in the wet season (I presume since the water is running)- it must have been a bit humid!

26th Mar 2009, 21:55

Jig along says:

Its a popular spot for the light planes to fly over and those Broome to Darwin cruises that are pretty expensive. There are no roads anywhere near the place. I have updated so you can look at where it is on the maps feature. If you look at it, you can see a boat parked there:)

Wet season is the best time of the year.

26th Mar 2009, 22:09