The Arnhem Land escarpment country is a vast wilderness area in the top end of Australia.
The Jatbula Trail takes us deep into this wild region.
The trail follows an ancient Jawoyn song line through the Nitmiluk National Park. The Jatbula takes us up onto the Arnhem Land escarpment, through shady monsoon forests, past spectacular waterfalls and their crystal clear swimming pools and introduces us to stunning Jawoyn Aboriginal rock art sites. We camp in some of the most amazing wilderness country in Australia.
The Jatbula Trail is 58km from start to finish and is a full pack bushwalking adventure taking us far away from city life and immersing us into this ancient wonderland. The Jatbula is an exclusive destination opening only during the dry season from June to September, with a limit of 15 people per day permitted. We run our trips in June, July, and early August, the coolest and driest months - enjoying perfect blue sky days, cool nights and plenty of water for our afternoon swims.