Do the NT

Stop guessing, start doing, it's about time you did the NT

It's about time you ticked the NT off your bucket list! With so much to see and do throughout the territory, you'll be spoilt for choice.

Imagine cruising through Katherine Gorge on a sunset dinner cruise, or, taking a refreshing swim in one of the many waterfalls located in Litchfield National Park. Or, why not enjoy exploring Darwin’s foodie scene, with trendy cafes and wine bars popping up all over the city.

A trip to the NT would not be complete without a visit to the Red Centre. Visit the lively town of Alice Springs, known for their wide variety of indigenous art. Or, visit iconic Uluru where you can ride a camel across sand dunes at sunset or enjoy fine dining under a blanket of stars, with stunning Uluru as your backdrop.

Whether you are looking for a relaxing escape or an adventure like no other, the NT will have everything you are looking for.

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Experience quintessential Northern Territory landscapes on a thrilling road-trip from Uluru to Darwin. The grandeur of Uluru is unforgettabl...


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Some of Australia’s most stunning and diverse natural scenery can be found in Litchfield National Park where the waterfalls and landscapes w...


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Explore the West MacDonnell Ranges and on cover your spiritual side at Uluru and Kata Tjuta, this holiday includes The Ghan Expedition from...


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Travel from coast to coast through the fiery Red Centre and discover the legendary Australian outback on a fascinating northbound journey fr...


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From tropical Darwin to cosmopolitan Adelaide, follow in the wake of great Australian pioneers and explore the wonders of Australia’s vast i...


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NT Inspiration

Darwin & Surrounds

Darwin is the tropical capital city of the Northern Territory, dining on Asian- influenced food and enjoying a warm climate all year round. Darwin is the perfect mix of cosmopolitan and outback adventure. You can make your trip to Darwin as action-packed or as laidback as you want it to be. There is never a shortage of things to do in this city.

Top Things To Do

  • Sunset harbour cruise
  • Dinning at the waterfront
  • Explore Litchfield National Park
  • Visit the Mindil Beach Sunset Markets

Kakadu & Surrounds

Kakadu National Park is located only 3 hours from Darwin and is full of lush wetlands, cascading waterfalls and Aboriginal rock art sites earning it a World Heritage-listed for both its cultural and natural values. Join a cruise to see saltwater crocodiles and make sure you have your camera handy for sunrise and sunset.

Top Things To Do

  • Take a refreshing dip at Gunlom Plunge Pools – Nature’s own infinity pool
  • Enjoy a Yellow Water Billabong cruise at sunrise or sunset
  • Join a guided tour and view Aboriginal rock art sites
  • Take a fixed wing helicopter scenic flight

Arnhem & Surrounds

Considered to be one of Australia’s last unspoilt areas, Arnhem Land is home to pristine white beaches, rugged coastlines, remote islands, lush rainforest and rivers teeming with fish. The beauty of Arnhem Land is just waiting to be discovered. Although it is important to note that permits are required to travel to Arnhem Land, this is necessary to preserve the beauty of Arnhem Land.

Top Things To Do

  • Stay at Banu Banu Eco Wilderness Retreat on Bremer Island
  • Take a cultural tour with Lirrwi Yolngu Tourism
  • Blue Water fishing experience with one of the charter tours available in Nhulunbuy/ Gove
  • Visit Buku-Larrnggay Mulka Arts Centre at Yirrkala for local arts and crafts

Katherine & Surrounds

Katherine is located only 3 hours from Darwin city and is where the outback meets the tropics and adventure meets relaxation. Discover a region full of waterfalls, gorges, thermal springs and ancient culture.

There is no better way to explore the dramatic landscapes then by kayaking or canoeing through Katherine Gorge, Nitmiluk National Park.

Top Things To Do

  • Take a relaxing dip at Mataranka thermal springs
  • Kayak or canoe through Katherine Gorge, Nitmiluk National Park
  • Join a sunset dinner cruise through Katherine Gorge
  • Helicopter flight over Katherine Gorge for a spectacular bird’s eye view

Tennant Creek & Barkly Region

Tennant Creek is a stopover that’s full of surprises and a town with a rich history shaped by gold mining.

Be sure to visit the iconic Karlu Karlu / The Devils Marbles which are a collection of massive granite boulders, some of which stand up to 6 metres high and were formed over a million years ago.

The best time to view Karlu Karlu is either during sunrise or sunset when the colours of the boulders appear to change in colour so lay out a picnic blanket to take in the sights and don’t forget your camera.

Top Things To Do

  • Visit Karlu Karlu/ Devils Marbles
  • 4WD through the Davenport Ranges
  • Visit Kelly’s Ranch for a horseback tour through the Barkly Tablelands
  • Battery Hill Underground Mind Tour and Gold Stamp Battery

Alice Springs & Surrounds

Alice Springs is a buzzing, thriving town in Central Australia, famous for the personality of its locals, as well as the contemporary and traditional art scene. This town is surrounded by natural wonders including the famous Larapinta Trail and the MacDonnell Ranges, which stretch out for hundreds of kilometres either side of Alice Springs. The West MacDonnell Ranges are an adventures playground with hiking trails, four-wheel drive tracks, swimming holes and camping spots.

Top Things To Do

  • Take a day trip to Rainbow Valley located only 1.5 hours from Alice Springs. The best time to visit is early morning or late afternoon when the rainbow-like rock bands are highlighted.
  • Visit the Alice Springs Desert Park and view local flora and fauna
  • Take a swim in the natural waterholes of the West Macs including Ellery Creek Big Hole, Ormiston Gorge and Glen Helen Gorge
  • Visit the local art galleries of art galleries filled with contemporary and traditional art

Uluru & Surrounds

Uluru is known as the spiritual heart of Australia, this icon is a must see for any traveller to the Northern Territory. Explore Uluru by foot, bicycle or jump on the back of camel at either sunrise or sunset, to see the colour of the rock appear to change in colour; it’s truly an unforgettable sight. Whilst in the area be sure to marvel at the ancient red rocks of Kata Tjuta and visit the magnificent Kings Canyon. 

Top Things To Do

  • Sounds of Silence Dinner
  • Camel ride at sunrise or sunset
  • Kata Tjuta Valley of the Winds walk
  • Free guest activities including the Wakagetti dancers