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Best Time to Fly to Goulburn Islands, Australia

Goulburn Islands are situated about 180 miles away from the city of Darwin in Northern Territory, Australia. These islands have a tropical savanna climate with average temperatures and are a little cooler than Darwin. It is best to visit here during the dry season from late April or early May until September when the temperature is hovering between 87 to 92 deg F. The weather is beautiful during this time is beautiful with clear blue skies, balmy nights and warm days.

Goulburn Islands Attractions

Kakadu National Park

Goulburn Islands are a launch pad to a famous ecological zone called Kakadu National Park in Northern Territory. Located about 122 miles away from the islands, this national park is home to more than 5000 art sites with 20000 to 40000 years old Aboriginal history in the region. It is one of the most weed free national parks in the world and is also home to over more than 1700 plant species and a large number of rare, endangered, vulnerable or endemic animal species. Visitors can enjoy birdwatching, hiking, trekking and self-guided tours here. This park also encircles one of the world’s most productive uranium mines, called the Ranger Uranium Mine.

Anbangbang Billabong

The Anbangbang Billabong is a 2-mile-long circular path located in Kakadu National Park. It is accessible only during dry season and is a birdwatcher’s paradise because of its wide range of native and endangered birds. Visitors interested in local history can visit the nearby Nourlangie plateau and Anbangbang shelter for their 20000- to 40000-year old aboriginal rock paintings.

Manngarre Walk

The Manngarre Walk is another delight for history and culture enthusiasts in Kakadu National Park. It is a series of three interconnected paths running through a monsoon rainforest and along the East Alligator River. This area is a hotbed of indigenous heritage and is frequented by Aboriginal people who camp here for fish and fruits.

Festivals and Events

2017 Kakadu Bird Week

Kakadu and its park are home to more than a third of Australia’s bird species. This annual festival week is usually celebrated during the first week of October and is a hot cake among all bird watching enthusiasts because they are helped to see some of the more elusive native, endangered and typical woodland birds besides several water birds by the experienced Aboriginals in the park.


NAIDOC Week is an annual, week-long, country-wide celebration in July. The visitors are offered a series of interesting guided activities by experienced local rangers and artists. Some of these activates are visits to famous rock art sites, demo classes in traditional weaving and painting and film and documentary screenings.

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