In this weeks episode we travel to the Dampier Peninsula at the top of Western Australia. We stay in an Aboriginal Community and also get up close with some of the wildlife.
Well, here is Lawn Hill National Park. This is an amazing place and none of us wanted to leave. It is located in North West Queensland and has been occupied by Aborginies for thousands years, before becoming a cattle property. In 1986 the cattle property owner donated the land to the people of Queensland for it to be used as a National Park. Today it is jointly managed by the traditional owners called the Waagni people and QLD Parks and Wildlife.
The fresh water crocodiles were a bit scary at first, but they really don’t worry about us.
We hope you enjoy it!
Leah & Hannah