Sunday, January 4, 2009

Cobourg Peninsula

Located at the top north of the Northern Territory, Cobourg Peninsula is a home of Aboriginal-owned Garig Gunak Barlu Nation Park and the Cobourg Marine Nation Park. If you want to fish or explore the wilderness or cast yourself away from craziness of the city, this is your place. The peninsula reflects some of Australia’s unique traces of the past. You will see the beautiful culture and the people’s way of life.

Permission is required by driving but you can opt for the easier option by chartering a plane. Choose to stay at Peppers Seven Spirit Bay Wilderness Lodge or at the old residence of the head of lighthouse keeper at Cape Don.