Description and literature review of the flora and vertebrate fauna of the Magela Creek system, Alligator Rivers Region, northern Australia.
A resource for development and assessment of management strategies for the catchment, with particular reference to Swift Creek
Internal Report 342
Supervising Scientist Division
Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts
About the report
The Magela Creek and floodplain is located in the Alligator Rivers Region, which encompasses Kakadu National Park, some 200 km east of Darwin, Northern Australia. Management strategies in the catchment of Magela Creek have largely been directed towards the environmental effects of uranium mining and milling at the ranger minesite and, more recently, at the site of the proposed Jabiluka mine.