Tell a Thousand Words

Visitors to Kakadu wanting to capture a perfect photo of a crocodile smile, the swoop of an eagle, or the graceful walk of a brolga can now draw on the skills of renowned landscape photographer Paul Arnold, who will escort a series of photographic tours in Kakadu between April and November.

Paul Arnold is a professional landscape photographer specialising in capturing the remote areas of the Northern Territory. He is a passionate bushman and remote outback traveller, and on these tours, which take place on the Yellow Water Billabong and off the beaten track in Kakadu National Park, he promotes photographic art with a story, Find it. Learn it. Shoot it. Paul will personally assist with light, positions, and compositions, allowing participants to capture Yellow Water at its finest.

Kakadu National Park is a photographer’s dream. With diverse landscapes ranging from untouched mighty river systems, stone and escarpment country, billabongs, and floodplains. With such extensive landscapes, and holding one third of Australia’s bird species, the Yellow Water Photographic Experience is perfect for both first time visitors who want to capture Kakadu’s beauty in a spectacular image, and experienced travellers who want to upgrade their landscape photography skills. The two-hour cruises on the Yellow Water Billabong are restricted to just seven participants and cost AU$250 per person.

Other available options include two-hour Photography Walks from Kakadu Cooinda Lodge to picturesque locations around the Yellow Water Billabong, providing opportunities that will reflect the seasonal changes in Kakadu; a one-hour Kakadu Photography Presentation that provides expert tips on when and where you can experience the best photographic opportunities within Kakadu National Park; and a two-hour Photography Course Kakadu, which provides an introductory course for DSLR camera users, with a strong emphasis on mechanics and understanding the concepts of photography.

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