Let your senses run wild with us.
Feel the excitement spotting Saltwater crocodiles on the Yellow Water Billabong or relax with a salt-rimmed refreshment in the tropical city, Darwin. Be energised tasting vibrant flavours in the bustling Mindil Beach Sunset Market, or experience the calm cruising down Nitmiluk (Katherine) Gorge, where light bounces off escarpment edges.
Learn old and new traditions connecting with Aboriginal culture at sacred sites. Express yourself with the guidance of Anangu artists at Maruku, and step back in time viewing Ubirr’s ancient rock art.
It’s those rusty-red hues of Uluru, an Alice Springs dusty desert night-sky, the many flush pinks of a tropical Kakadu waterlily, or the blush in your cheeks from a day exploring Tiwi, the Island of Smiles. It’s all this and more, it’s where you feed your soul.
Seek a different vacation in Australia’s Northern Territory
First choice and Best Buys
Whether you’re watching the sunset at dusk or rising early to see first light pour over the stunning outback landscape – unforgettable moments await you.
NEED A SHORTER BREAK?
Are you looking for a mini getaway? Don’t have the time but want to tick off the must-do sites? All the complicated stuff, let us take care of it. Freeing up your time to enjoy your Northern Territory escape.
EMBARK ON A SMALL GROUP EXPLORATION
With a maximum of 22 guests, an intimate, small group journey will grant you access to exclusive experiences and lodgings, out of reach for larger groups.
Read More about Australia's Northern Territory
INCREDIBLE ULURU FACTS YOU NEED TO KNOW BEFORE YOU GO
Visiting Uluru is a rite of passage for all that live in or are visiting Australia. The sheer size of the monolith is awe-inspiring and the mystery that surrounds its origins add to the magic of the site...Read more
PLACES TO VISIT IN THE NT
IF Dorothea Mackellar's ode to Australia was used to describe a single destination, it could very well be the Northern Territory. Australia's most sparsely populated province is six times bigger than Britain and the very definition of a sunburnt country and a land of sweeping plains...Read more
WHAT TO PACK FOR YOUR TRIP TO THE NT
LET’S face it, after languishing through two years with no travel time we’re all a little rusty at packing. A process that was puzzling before the pandemic – remember that internal pre-departure debate that started with something like “how am I going to fit all that stuff into my suitcase”...Read more
ABORIGINAL CULTURE & TRADITIONS
AUSTRALIA'S First Nations people cherish a profound and primal connection to this land that stretches back millennia to be anchored in timelessness. The first Indigenous Australian stepped onto this now sacred soil around 50,000 years ago – only a few thousand years after the first modern humans ventured away from Africa....Read more