Northern Territory

Six days along the Red Centre Way

Embark on this six-day loop that starts and finishes in Alice Springs, covering nearly 1200 kilometres through the heart of the Australian outback, linking the MacDonnell Ranges, Watarrka National Park (Kings Canyon), Uluru and Kata Tjuta (The Olgas). Day one: Alice Springs to Helen Gorge The MacDonnell Ranges is a 650-kilometre-long series of mountains continuing … Continued

Explore nature and culture at Banka Banka West Station

In partnership with Banka Banka West Station & Tourist Park. Banka Banka West Station lies on the traditional land of the Warumungu and Warlmanpa people. In Indigenous culture, it is believed that ancient ancestral beings gave form to the land during the Wirnkarra (Dreamtime). During the Wirnkarra, the important site Punkkurr Punkkurra was created, after … Continued

The Nature’s Way in seven days

Bask in impeccable scenery on this seven-day self-drive tour, as the Top End’s rugged beauty melts into landscapes worthy of a gallery wall. Darwin to Jabiru Our journey begins on the road, as we drive away from Darwin’s relaxed city centre and head inland towards Kakadu National Park. Feel the ancient ground crunch beneath your … Continued

Dancing in the Darwin rain

From snow on Mount Buller to the heat of the Kimberley, we Aussies are used to embracing all kinds of wild weather, and the tropics of the Northern Territory are no exception! Forget four seasons – the Top End only has two: a dry season (May to October) and a wet season (November to April). … Continued

The top end’s cultural jewel

Unearth Katherine’s vivid art, culture and heritage through its world-renowned galleries and peerless Aboriginal art experiences. Marked by gorges, ancient Aboriginal rock paintings and plunging waterfalls, it’s no surprise that art and culture are such integral parts of Katherine, adding to its outback magnetism. If you’re looking to expand your cultural horizons, then look no … Continued

Nature is calling

Embark on the Nature’s Way loop adventure, from Darwin all the way down to Katherine, with stops at the state’s big three national parks: Kakadu, Nitmiluk and Litchfield. Kakadu National Park Kakadu’s 20,000 square kilometres of remote landscapes are ancient and untouched, and are World Heritage–listed for both their cultural and natural assets. There are … Continued

Camping in the Red Centre

Outback Australia is more accessible than you might think. Contrary to popular belief, a four-wheel drive is not essential for exploring some of the best places that the Red Centre has to offer. While you should undoubtedly steer clear of four-wheel drive tracks if you don’t have an appropriate vehicle, sealed and well-maintained roads connect … Continued

Exploring Litchfield National Park in a day

Litchfield National Park is a must-visit destination if you are staying in Darwin. The park is home to incredible waterfalls, monsoon rainforest and hundreds of magnetic termite mounds that are unique to the Northern Territory. To give you an added incentive, the park’s best bits can be explored within a day! 9 am: Magnetic termite … Continued

Discover a different Darwin

From historical artefacts to natural wonders, there is so much to see and do in Darwin and its surrounds. No matter when you visit, you’ll be treated to friendly locals, serene landscapes and unreal experiences. We’ve done the hard work for you and bring you three different Darwin experiences that should be at the top … Continued

Adventure abounds along the Binns Track

Named after Bill Binns, a former buffalo and crocodile hunter who served a 32-year stretch as a ranger with Northern Territory Parks, the Binns Track begins at Mt Dare near the South Australia–Northern Territory border, running 2191 kilometres to Timber Creek in the Northern Territory subtropics. Completing the entire Binns Track can take anywhere from … Continued

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