A government site detailing general info on the history, location and culture of Kakadu, it is a refutable and reliable source because it is a government site.
A government website with a brief section detailing information about Kakadu, and it's location, history and culture. It is from a government source so it has a high reliability level.
Shows the link between Arnhem land and Kakadu, is a reliable resource as it came from a government page, as well as the address ending in .edu.
Part of the official Kakadu website briefly detailing the history of the land, it talks about the indigenous tribes the sources of the names, as well as briefly linking into one of the places mentioned in another article, it is the most trustworthy source around on Kakadu seeing as it is the official website for Kakadu.
A photographer from Darwin goes down to a remote area of Kakadu and photographs rare and beautiful nature that is completely untouched by people in some areas, and only people approved by the local indigenous elders approve allow in. It is a reliable source as it is sourced directly from an article in the ABC, it is useful in comparing information on Kakadu a long time in the past, as well as information on the opinions of the indigenous elders.
A mine in Kakadu is shut down after a thirty year run due to the environmental impact it was having on Kakadu, the source is quite reliable as it comes from a source of reasonable repute as well as being a https link, the source is useful in informing if the impact that humans have had on Kakadu