28-Oct-2002 -- This confluence point lies a little to the east of the Jim Jim road near Kakadu National Park. Unfortunately for confluence hunters it lies in a military range. The signs posted on the perimeter fence tell the story. It seemed like a reasonable excuse for not getting to the point this time.
It looks like it would be a reasonably easy 4.6km walk through very open woodland from the closest point on the road. All the intrepid confluence hunter would need is water and official permission.
Kakadu National Park, Australia's largest at nearly two million hectares, is famous for its wetlands, crocodiles and ancient rock art. One tourist was taken by a crocodile just a few days before my visit.