The magic of Arnhem Land - isolated tropical beach

georgieboy98

YANCHEP, Australia

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We were very privileged to be brought out to this extremely remote and isolated beach on our last morning in Arnhem Land. We were looking for wild animals and did indeed catch a distance glimpse of some banteng and the odd buffalo. The sea looked very inviting on that very warm morning but we were warned to stay a good 10’ (3 metres) from the water’s edge as there were a lot of salt water crocodiles out there and they can cover 10’ in about 1 second flat! Plus there are plenty of sharks and stone fish also always on the lookout! The dead trees littering the beach were blown down by a cyclone a couple of years ago and the footprints are not man made (so that rules out Man Friday) but are from the bantengs that roam all over this particular beach.
But if you ruled out all the hazards and walked – as we did – past all the dead trees, it was absolutely idyllic.
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