From the moment our group of ten friends arrived at Sab Lord’s wonderful Kakadu camp on June 1, 2017 the many species of wildlife absolutely amazed us. Birds, fish, mammals, reptiles, marsupials and insects were aplenty! As we drove in we caught sight of a yellow Dingo disappearing into the bush and in the early […]
14 images that show the stunning beauty of Australia’s Top End
Our trip to Kakadu and Arnhemland with Lord’s Safaris
Promoting wildlife in the wild encounters Lords Safaris are bursting with pride to be a part of newly formed Australian Wildlife Collection – you can visit our website at www.australianwildlifecollection.com Tourism Australias’ press release describes it beautifully; Twelve of Australia’s leading independently-owned wildlife tourism experiences have united to form the Australian Wildlife Collection, a new organisation […]
After two very dry ‘wet’ seasons we have enjoyed a bumper monsoonal season in 2017. The dry seasons have had an averse effect on the breeding cycle of many species in the Top End including the Magpie Geese, who rely on the wild rice on the floodplains to feed their young goslings. Also affected are […]
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Arnhem Land was created as an Aboriginal Reserve in 1931 with the intention that the Aboriginal people have an opportunity to continue their traditional way of life. The outstanding body of rock art around the Arnhem Land Escarpment documents its creators spiritual beliefs and daily traditions, it’s a real feast for the senses , climbing […]
A bit of forward planning is always a wonderful thing in hindsight. Every dry season we get lots of disappointed customers who want to take a Private Charter from Darwin to Kakadu and Arnhem Land but leave it until May or June to contact us by which time we have no availability. Our ‘dry’ or […]