Cutta Cutta Caves - Many Stars its translated name, is an interesting site, with it being 13 metres under ground and was originally found because cattle had gone down looking for water and got stuck there.
The Cave gets flooded in the wet season and is completed closed off and famous for being a warm temperature cave. It was quite warm once in the cave and got warmer as we moved along.
Our next destination was Mataranka with an overnight stop at at the WWII Sterling Mill free camp we arrived in Mataranka around 9.30am and finding our way to the Elsey National Park Homestead Caravan Park. This was a great location as it was on the entrance to the National Park and the beautiful Thermal Springs.
We also checked out Bitter Springs and the feeding of the Barra at the Lodge Manor. The Town Gallery and the park with the story characters of We of the Never Never and the largest talking Termite mound, unfortunately the sprinklers were directly on it and I couldnt get to hear what it had to say.
xxx - Larrimah and Dalys Waters are our next sites before turning into Cape Crawford.