Episode 21 – Stunning Katherine, Arnhem Land & Bush Poetry

Episode 21

Stunning Katherine, Arnhem Land and Bush Poetry

In Episode 21, we chat the stunning Katherine Gorge,  the equally breath-taking, Arhnem Land and travelling across the top of the NT with Glen Watts from Barefoot Fishing Safaris. We also have a bit more fun with Ranger Nick, talking recipes and  and we even get him to recite a bit of his favourite bush poetry. We are proudly partnered by on the Road magazine, March/April edition on Sale Now

 Often referred to as the “Guru” of camp oven cooking, Ranger Nick is the master of keeping it simple and has been demonstrating camp oven and bush cooking skills professionally since 2010, travelling the country and abroad. Coming from a large family, he whips up a cracker of a meal with whatever is in the tuckerbox.

     A previous environmental education support officer and Ranger Guide from outback Queensland, Ranger Nick is putting his bush skills to use wherever his travels take him. When he is not cooking up a storm in the camp oven, Ranger Nick passes on his knowledge to school groups and fellow adventurers, teaching them the art of bush survival, hunting and cooking.

     Considered a dinky-di Aussie character who walks his talk with no dull moments, Ranger Nick’s colloquial language and unique sense of humour have earned him the reputation of the entertaining Bush Cook.

Keeping heritage and traditions alive, he combines educational information with bush poetry, yarns and ballads during his camp oven cooking demonstrations.
     Appealing to young and old, he leaves a lasting impression wherever he goes and is a conversational point long after the show has finished. 
Hear  more of Ranger Nick in Episode 11 and Episode 15
Come and join me for a bit of fishing and a whole lot of fun chasing all the magical fish species the amazing Northern Territory has to offer. The next few months ill be primarily targeting the iconic Barramundi with a decent sprinkling of King Threadfin, Black Jew and numerous others in the mix.
Once the ’Run Off’ slows and the water cools the pelagic fishing heats up. May-September is Dry season in the NT and its the perfect escape from a harsh southern winter. Come up and have a bit of fun on a half day, full day or overnight fully catered extended charter designed to suit your timeline and budget. 
Hear More from “Watty” in Episode 11 and Episode 12

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