BLOG | Kangaroo Island is one of the perfect locations to try and track these creatures, as this island just off the coast of South Australia is known for its pristine wilderness, along with being home to many species of Australia’s quirky wildlife.
One thing is for sure there is only one Sab Lord (I am saying this in the nicest possible way) he is the quintessential Aussie. Sab was raised on Munmalary Station which is now part of Kakadu National Park and is a proud Territorian from birth with strong links to and a deep understanding of the local Aboriginal people. His highly personalised approach opens the door to the world’s oldest living culture. Sab has unrivalled access to some of the most stunning regions of Australia including Arnhemland and his knowledge of the breathtaking aboriginal rock art galleries of the Top End is unmatched. Sab’s unique approach gives the traveller an unrivalled insight into this ancient land. Sab took me to an ancient Tamarind forest (that felt like it had no place being there) planted by Moccasin trader’s centuries ago and it was a surreal experience as he explained how the traders harvested sea cucumber from the nearby ocean and camped in this spot for hundreds of years. Personally this is one of my favourite tours and guest feedback matches the claims. If you are looking for a real life Australian safari in some of the most spectacular Outback wilderness on the planet with the fascinating history of the world’s oldest surviving culture thrown in – then this is one to savour!