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Related Links


Kakadu National Park
www.deh.gov.au/parks/kakadu/
Ready to visit? Kakadu's official site includes a wealth of information on landforms, plants, animals, and Aboriginal culture.

Tourism Australia
www.australia.com/
Plan a trip, learn more about the country, and see a National Geographic photo gallery.

Mercury Technologies
www.mercurytech.com.au/
Learn more about wireless video systems from the company that set up Kakadu Cam.

Travel Northern Territory
www.travelnt.com/en/
Find out more about this unspoiled area of Australia.

World Heritage Site: Kakadu National Park
whc.unesco.org/pg.cfm?cid=31&id_site=147
Want to know exactly why Kakadu was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site? It's all here.

Aboriginal Culture
www.cultureandrecreation.gov.au/articles/aboriginalheritage/
This government site has information about Aboriginal history and culture.

Kakadu: Australia's Ancient Wilderness
www.pbs.org/edens/kakadu/
This PBS site has information on the six seasons of the Aboriginal calendar and native wildlife such as saltwater crocs.


Bibliography


Breeden, Stanley, and Belinda Wright. Kakadu: Looking After the Country—The Gagudju Way. Simon Schuster Australia, 1989.

Jarver, Peter. Kakadu Country. Thunderhead Publishing, 1988.

Neidjie, Big Bill, Stephen Davis, and Allan Fox. Australia's Kakadu Man: Bill Neidjie. Resource Managers Pty Ltd, 1986.

Ovington, Derek. Kakadu: A World Heritage of Unsurpassed Beauty. Australian Government Printing Service, 1986.


National Geographic Resources


Articles

Smith, Roff. "The Wet Down Under." National Geographic (November 2004), 86-117.

Parfit, Michael. "Australia: A Harsh Awakening." National Geographic (July 2000), 2-31.

Smith, Roff Martin. "Over the Top: Australia by Bike." National Geographic (February 1998), 112-31.

Breeden, Stanley. "The First Australians." National Geographic (February 1988), 266-89.

Judge, Joseph. "Child of Gondwana." National Geographic (February 1988), 170-77.

Terrill, Ross. "Australia at 200." National Geographic (February 1988), 178-211.

Wright, Belinda, and Stanley Breeden. "Living in Two Worlds." National Geographic (February 1988), 290-94.

MacLeish, Kenneth. "The Top End of Down Under." National Geographic (February 1973), 145-74.


Books


Booz, Elisabeth B., et al. National Geographic's Last Wild Places. National Geographic Books, 1996.

Harrell, Mary Ann. Surprising Lands Down Under. National Geographic Books, 1989.


Web Features


Aboriginal Music
worldmusic.nationalgeographic.com/worldmusic/
Listen to traditional Aboriginal music from modern-day musicians.

Australia People & Places
plasma.nationalgeographic.com/places/countries/country_australia.html
Get information about Australia, plus photos, maps, statistics, and more.

Explore Australia
www.nationalgeographic.com/travelaustralia/
Experience Australia through an interactive map, video clips, and a geography game.

The Four Corners of Oz
www.nationalgeographic.com/adventure/0009/oz.html
Join a National Geographic Adventure photographer on a trek across Australia.

National Geographic on Australia
www.nationalgeographic.com/downunder/
Flip though online photo galleries, read author Bill Bryson's take on the Outback, download wallpaper, and more.




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