With travel restrictions and bio-security measures soon to be lifted in the Northern Territory, Dennis Miller, a local man from Kakadu wants to share a very special place with you. Yellow Waters at sunrise is unlike any other place on earth but don't take our word for it...let Dennis show you why it's a must do for any Territorian.
"Good morning everyone, my name is Dennis, and I'm a Murrumbul man of Kakadu."
"We are on Yellow Waters at the moment. A very spectacular and spiritual place."
"So this is the South Alligator, Yellow Water Billabong at the Cooinda Lodge in Kakadu National Park, look at this beautiful backdrop here, very spectacular."
"So unfortunately at the moment Kakadu National Park is closed but we'd love to have you here in this beautiful spot when it opens."
"All the animals out here are missing everyone - the crocodiles, the buffalo, ginga, annaburroo, yaganar*, Jabiru, Wallaby, they're all here waiting to say hello."
*Ginga means crocodile in the local language. Annaburroo means Water Buffalo in the local language. Yaganar means Jabiru in the local language.