Burketown, Gulf of Carpentaria Proofsheet

A Photo Gallery By Brigitte Seidl

Known as the Barramundi Capital of Australia, Burketown is on the Albert River 25km of the golf of Carpentaria. Burketown boast great Barramundi fishing and is home to the spectacular Morning Glory Clouds

Morning Glory Cloud
Morning Glory Cloud
Albert River
Albert River
Morning Cloud
Morning Cloud
Fisherman chasing bait with cast net
Fisherman chasing bait with cast net
Albert River
Albert River
Salt Pan Burketown
Salt Pan Burketown
Nicholson River
Nicholson River
Nicholson River
Nicholson River
Salt Plains Burketown, sunset
Salt Plains Burketown, sunset
Salt Pan Burketown, Sunset
Salt Pan Burketown, Sunset
Sunset, Nicholson River
Sunset, Nicholson River
Morning Glory Cloud
Morning Glory Cloud


Burketown, Gulf of Carpentaria Details

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Photo 1. Morning Glory Cloud. Morning Glory Clouds are a peculiar cloud formation, that occurs usually September to November. The spectacular, tubular cloud formations roll out of the Gulf of Carpentaria in the early morning.

Photo 2. Albert River. Known as the Barramundi Capital of Australia, Burketown is on the Albert River 25 km from the coast of the Gulf of Carpentaria, calm waters, blue sky, fishing boat, reflections

Photo 3. Morning Cloud. cloud formations over Albert River

Photo 4. Fisherman chasing bait with cast net. seven-mullet-hole Burketown, tourist throwing cast net

Photo 5. Albert River. Known as the Barramundi Capital of Australia, Burketown is on the Albert River 25 km from the coast of the Gulf of Carpentaria, fishing near boat ramp, late afternoon

Photo 6. Salt Pan Burketown. To get to The Nicholson River, located app. 17 km west of Burketown, you need to cross miles and miles of salt pan, check with locals, stick to the tracks, don't want to get bogged out here!

Photo 7. Nicholson River. The Nicholson River, located app. 17 km west of Burketown, delivers perennial fresh water to the wetlands which are breeding grounds to crocodiles, barramundi, prawns and birds. Fishing at sunset, pink, blue, clouds

Photo 8. Nicholson River. The Nicholson River, located app. 17 km west of Burketown, delivers perennial fresh water to the wetlands which are breeding grounds to crocodiles, barramundi, prawns and birds. Fishing in the evening

Photo 9. Salt Plains Burketown, sunset. To get to The Nicholson River, located app. 17 km west of Burketown, you need to cross miles and miles of salt plains, check with locals, stick to the tracks, don't want to get bogged out here!

Photo 10. Salt Pan Burketown, Sunset. To get to The Nicholson River, located app. 17 km west of Burketown, you need to cross miles and miles of salt pan, check with locals, stick to the tracks, don't want to get bogged out here!

Photo 11. Sunset, Nicholson River. The Nicholson River, located app. 17 km west of Burketown, delivers perennial fresh water to the wetlands which are breeding grounds to crocodiles, barramundi, prawns and birds, sunset, shades of pink, purple, blue, clouds

Photo 12. Morning Glory Cloud. Morning Glory Clouds are a peculiar cloud formation, that occurs usually September to November. The spectacular, tubular cloud formations roll out of the Gulf of Carpentaria in the early morning.