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Gagudju Country, Northern Territory

The floodplains of the South Alligator River in the Kakadu World Heritage Area are a thriving cultural landscape and abundant ecosystem.

The floodplains are at the mercy of the annual monsoon event. You’re probably familiar with northern Australia’s two seasons: the dry season (April to October) and the wet tropical summer (November to March).

But Kakadu’s Traditional Owners recognise six different seasons based on thousands of years of local knowledge. The transitions between seasons are marked by subtle variations in the weather, the plants in flower and the bush foods that are most abundant.

Mamukala was captured during the Kurrung season - a period of long hot days of building humidity before the relieving rainfalls of the monsoon. 

At full resolution, this image has incredible detail including hundreds of water birds fishing in the swamp, crocodile slides, water buffalo wallows and much more. 

Please note that the dimensions listed on this website are for the overall print size - which excludes the frame and the matboard.