Surely you’re not going to visit the Top End and go home without any photos?
10 top photo suggestions for some Top End holiday fun. The Top End is last frontier, the Northern Territory, the Outback! There has to be thousands priceless photos to take home as ‘brag’ shots for envious friends and family.
Here’s a few ideas that we think are key photo moments when creating memories of your time in this beautiful part of the world.
- Predator Selfie – take a selfie with a ‘mean looking’ crocodile or at least a close up pic!
- Cheers Mate – a beer in Mitchell Street will make all your mates jealous!
- #Gonefishing #wishyouwerehere – Activate the green monster by Instagramming your successful fishing trip – be sure to hashtag for the full effect!
- Show us your Thongs – Flashing can be fun. Make sure they’re stylish and of the footwear kind!
- The “Oh what a feeling” to be on holidays jump – every holiday should include this photo to send home!
- Somewhere over the Waterfall – Get airborne – take a flight on a plane or helicopter over some of the most spectacular waterfalls in Australia.
- The ‘Mindil’ – no trip to Darwin would be complete without the ‘Mindil’ at sunset photo.
- Pucker up – be coy but pucker up and blow us a kiss!
- Sand Messages – grab a stick to carve out your ‘hello, it’s me‘ message to let everyone know you’re having an awesome time.
- The obligatory tourist shot – Hawaiian shirt, thongs and crazy pose has Top End written all over it.
Holidays are the perfect time to start up social media so if you don’t already have an account – try it out and have some fun taking your first photos to share.
My TerritoryMob Instagram account was set up as a bit of fun but it’s become my latest obsession. I’m always keen to find a great photo to post and share to the world. If you haven’t seen my Instagram account be sure to follow me.
You may notice that I’m missing a couple of photos in this list so if you have one to share that fits the description and you’re happy to have it highlighted in this post, I’d love you to send it to me for inclusion. (full credit given)