Northern Territory

The Outback Way’s best bits

Winton The hometown of ‘Waltzing Matilda’ has no shortage of places that you must see. Not only should you be venturing to the North Gregory Hotel, but the dinosaur discoveries are second to none. The Australia Age of Dinosaurs Museum of Natural History features the world’s largest collection of Australian dinosaurs, so if you love … Continued

The ultimate west coast road trip – part two

Click here to read part 1 of this story. Broome Further north, you’ll hit Broome, known as the town where the desert meets the sea. Originally founded as a pearling port in the 1880s, today Broome is a popular tourist spot that acts as a gateway to The Kimberley.  There’s an abundance of unique experiences … Continued

Explore the East MacDonnell Ranges

Stretching 150 kilometres east from Alice Springs, the East MacDonnell Ranges are home to a range of exciting and unique adventures that can only be found in Australia’s Red Centre. There’s plenty to see within the ranges themselves, and we wouldn’t want you to miss out. So, we’ve put together some information on must-see places … Continued

The Outback Way is the best way

Introducing: the Outback Way, a behemoth 2700-kilometre track takes you through the heart of Australia. How do you tackle this monster? Well, let us break it down for you. Winton to Boulia Winton is the birthplace of the Waltzing Matilda legend, and within a few moments of being in the area, you’ll discover that Banjo … Continued

Crocodiles in the top end

Saltwater crocodiles are arguably the most famous animal found in the Top End – whether they’re in wildlife parks or around the Northern Territory in the wild. With that said, how do you safely get up close and personal with them? Crocodylus Park Visit Darwin’s Crocodylus Park where you can feed a jumping crocodile or … Continued

Art festivals in the Northern Territory

The Top End is a hub of arts and culture unlike anything else in the country. Throughout the year, the Northern Territory hosts a variety of festivals that celebrate traditional Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art, music and dance, and promote up-and-coming Aboriginal artists. So head up north and experience some truly awe-inspiring art from … Continued

The Greater Litchfield Loop

The secret is out: as Territorians have long known, Litchfield National Park is every bit as enigmatic and awe-inspiring as Kakadu, albeit on a smaller scale. Barely a stone’s throw from Darwin, the Greater Litchfield Loop takes you through some of the most unique habitats on the planet. Darwin to Batchelor – 150 kilometres As … Continued

Birdwatching in the Top End

Darwin is home to more than 400 species of birds – it’s a birdwatchers paradise! There’s a heap of different ways that you can experience the beauty of the bird population in Darwin and surrounding areas. Here’s just a few to get you started. If meeting fellow birdwatchers, discovering new places and the ease of … Continued

Four-wheel driving on The Binns Track

Spanning a whopping 2230 kilometres, The Binns Track is an adventure like no other. We take you through the things to see as you take on this 14-day challenge. The Binns Track is arguably one of the most scenic four-wheel drive adventures you can take part in. It unearths some of the more spectacular sights … Continued

Adventure on The Binns Track

The Binns Track is arguably one of the most scenic four-wheel drive adventures you can take part in. It unearths some of the more spectacular sights the Northern Territory has to offer, and it can only be done in a four-wheel drive. Starting at the South Australian border, the track spans 2230 kilometres, and takes … Continued

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