My Australia Photos: Kakadu
by Bryan Foster, Karen Foster
About the Book
Australia is a spectacular country. Kakadu National Park is on the World Heritage list and is one of the best natural sites in Australia. Covering nearly 2000 square kilometres in the north of the Northern Territory, this park is a must visit destination. See crocodiles, birds and buffalo, aboriginal cultural highlights - especially rock art and tours - amazing sunsets; also do magical walks, cruises, drives and rock climbs.
This new 'My Australia Photos' series continues a journey that began at Uluru, the heart of this extraordinary continent, the driest on Earth. The photobook series shows the raw, natural beauty of Australia, as seen through these spectacular, unaltered photographic images.
Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory, photobook captures the essence of a unique world heritage listed national park. Emphasis is on the key areas of Ubirr, Yellow Water / Cooinda and the Mamukala Wetlands. Special acknowledgement goes to the Bininj people in the north and the Mungguy in the south for allowing the Kakadu experience.
Karen and Bryan Foster are full-time teachers who in their spare time enjoy photographing and videoing the great Australian landscape - places to see and where to stay. Caravaning is their favoured means of transport and accommodation. National Parks, bush camps, caravan parks and RV Friendly Towns are their favoured camping arrangements.