ULURU & SURROUNDS
The intense, changing colours of the outback will indelibly mark your memory-banks as you witness sunset over Uluru or the sunrise strike the stunning domes of Kata Tjuta (the Olgas). The Territory’s ancient landscapes will send your spirits soaring as you dine at Sounds of Silence beneath a canopy of a billion stars to the sounds of the didgeridoo.
ALICE SPRINGS & SURROUNDS
The historical town of Alice Springs is famous for its beautiful desert landscapes, colourful outback characters, opportunities for adventure and a strong Aboriginal culture. Meet Aboriginal artists in one of the town’s excellent art galleries, visit nearby desert waterholes and hike through the nearby MacDonnell ranges, watch the sun set on a camel ride through the bush and learn about the town’s history at the Royal Flying Doctor Service Alice Springs Facility, Telegraph Station and ANZAC Hill.
TENNANT CREEK & BARKLY REGION
Situated between the Top End and Red Centre is the outback destination of Tennant Creek and the Barkly Region, known for its rich history shaped by gold mining, a strong Aboriginal culture and million-acre cattle stations.
KATHERINE & SURROUNDS
Where the outback meets the tropics. The majesty of Nitmiluk National Park, incorporating 13 beautiful gorges including the renowned Nitmiluk (Katherine) Gorge, needs to be seen to be believed. And there are a number of ways to explore this incredible bucket-list experience including on-foot, cruising, by air or canoeing.
DARWIN & SURROUNDS
Enjoy the vibrance and yet laid-back lifestyle of this tropical capital city, rich in WWII history, culture and superb Asian-influenced dining. Explore the city’s bustling markets, including the famous Mindil Beach Sunset Market, and venture down to the modern Waterfront precinct for relaxed lagoon swimming, dining and seasonal events year-round.
KAKADU & SURROUNDS
Kakadu National Park is the largest national park in Australia and boasting the oldest living culture in the world. A vast and diverse landscape of incredible waterfalls, rugged gorges, secluded swimming holes, lush forest and ancient Aboriginal rock art adorning walls at more than 5,000 sites depicting the life of Creation Ancestors, Dreamtime and way of life including European settlement.
One of the Top End’s most spectacular destinations, Arnhem Land is one of the last true wilderness areas in Australia. Experience ancient Aboriginal culture, spectacular fishing and the pristine coastline of turquoise waters and white sand or take part in an authentic Aboriginal art experience.