Northern Territory

Arkaroola is waiting for you

A privately owned 610-square-kilometre conservation reserve located in the spectacular northern Flinders Ranges, Arkaroola is a multi-award-winning property with Advanced Ecotourism accreditation. It is justifiably South Australia’s premier ecotourism destination. Arkaroola has three types of motel accommodation options, ranging from budget-friendly rooms to those that are more comfortable and spacious. It also has a caravan … Continued

Journey through time in the Northern Territory

From the red earth of Alice Springs to the tropics of the Top End’s capital, the Explorers Way is a trek through time, soaking up the very best of the Northern Territory’s ancient landscapes. If you’ve ever been to the Northern Territory, then you know just how magical this part of the country is. Here, … Continued

Alice Springs Beanie Festival:

There is nothing more unique than the Red Centre’s favourite festival. Over 7000 hand-crafted beanies from creators around the world descend on Alice Springs for the best fun ever. The Alice Springs Beanie Festival will be held from 21–24 June 2024 at the Araluen Arts Centre. The weekend is full of delights; not only do … Continued

See it all on the Savannah Way

From east to west, the Savannah Way will show you the very best of Australia’s north. From lush tropical rainforests in Far North Queensland, to the sacred earth in the Northern Territory and the ancient formations of Western Australia’s Kimberley region, Australia’s northern landscapes are full of magic, culture, and stunning natural wonders. If you’re … Continued

 The gateway to Kakadu adventures

Ngurrungurrudjba (Yellow Water) Campground is Kakadu’s camping and caravanning oasis in the heart of the national park’s spectacular landscape. Located on the shores of Yellow Water Billabong and adjacent to Cooinda Lodge, the camping ground puts you in a prime position for one of Australia’s greatest natural spectacles, with the wetlands landscape a veritable Noah’s … Continued

Take a dip in the Top End

The Northern Territory’s spectacular swimming spots are calling your name. And while wet season isn’t the best time to indulge, there’s nothing stopping you from planning your next trip to the Top End. The best time to travel to the Northern Territory is during the dry season, from May to October. If you head up … Continued

Wet season wonders in Kakadu

In partnership with Kakadu Air The wet season in Kakadu National Park is a unique and thrilling experience that some might overlook. Kakadu Air offers a fantastic way to witness the park’s transformation during this time. Kakadu, usually a tranquil landscape, undergoes a dramatic change during the wet season. The air is heavy with humidity, … Continued

Cooinda: gateway to Kakadu adventure 

In partnership with Ngurrungurrudjba (Yellow Water) Campground and Caravan Park Cooinda is Kakadu’s camping and caravanning oasis in the heart of the national park’s spectacular landscape.  Located on the shores of Yellow Water Billabong, a stay at Cooinda Lodge and Camping Grounds puts you in prime position for one of Australia’s greatest natural spectacles, with … Continued

Tasting the Top End

The Northern Territory is best known for its national parks, waterfalls, big rocks and crocs, but if you know your way around, the food can be just as memorable. Whether it’s a food truck, white-linen dining, or some daring takes on local game, there’s something for everyone in the Top End. Mindil Beach Sunset Markets … Continued

Adventures at Alice Springs Desert Park

In partnership with Alice Springs Desert Park Located in the foothills of the MacDonnell Ranges, Alice Springs Desert Park is where the desert comes alive! The must-do attraction allows you to explore a living culture, vibrant botanic garden and up close encounters with desert animals that epitomise the fun and adventurous spirit of the Red … Continued

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