Scotts Creek

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Located in Djukbinj National Park, Scott Creek is a dynamic creek system that supports a diversity of aquatic life. The early dry season is the best time to visit while the creek is still flowing to see the file snakes migrate upstream and the abundance of little fish. Scott Creek is accessible by the unique cultural drive experience from Scott Creek through to Twin Billabong. The drive is approximately 24 kms one way. Ninety percent of the annual rainfall occurs between December and March. Access during this time is quite limited. Better road access and cooler conditions makes between May and October the best time to visit. No Swimming - Saltwater Crocodiles inhabit the Park. Stay clear of the waters edge and heed all warning signs. Pets are not permitted in this Park. No camping or overnight parking.

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Lat: -12.68161 Lng: 131.465202

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Goneonholidays23

No water no birds sorry just a little pond

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Let Me Be Free

There was water in the creek with lots of birdlife.

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MarineGirl405

Narrow bridge over creek. Cultural signboard. Park info says "Scott Creek - a dynamic creek system that supports a diversity of aquatic life. The early dry season is the best time to visit while the creek is still flowing to see the file snakes migrate upstream and the abundance of little fish." It was totally dry when we visited.

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