It was still a good camp that had a good view of the creek. When Ben went fishing and we all went with him, after a while Dad spotted a a fresh-water crocodile on the other side of the river (thankfully). It was dozing half in the water, half out. After a while we left the crocodile alone and after a few hours of lazing in front of the campfire we went to bed.
Policeman’s Point lookout on the Victoria River, Northern Territory (about 4km west of the town called Timber Creek)
Click on the picture and you may be able to see our first self-discovered croc!
Using up all the spuds before the WA border quarantine inspection & dump point!
The kids found a pod that rattled, cracked it open and played with the contents. It turned out to be a boab seed pod.
A visit from the RAAF!
Dad was very happy with the feathered visitors!
Ben fishing again the next morning (always on the lookout for those “big lizards”)