The Northern Territory, drenched in sun and red sands is the cultural gateway to the histories of the local indigenous peoples of Australia.
From the centre of Australia amongst red sands and desert, to the top of Australia between pandanus plants and semi-arid landscapes, the Northern Territory is an explorer’s delight. Laden in European and Indigenous Aboriginal art and history, there is just so much to be discovered throughout this incredibly vast stretch of land.
Darwin is the Northern Territory’s laid back, multi-cultural capital city. With over 50 nationalities making up its 10,000 strong population, Darwin is a real mixing pot of personalities, cuisines and experiences.
Whilst beautiful in and of itself, Darwin is also the gateway to the Arnhem Land, Kakadu and Litchfield National Parks, which are all fascinating and unique regions to visit. These lands are beholden with remote locations, untouched wilderness and incredible scenic opportunities, perfect for every adventurous traveller.
Darwin is certainly a world-apart from Australia’s other major cities, and the charm and character of the city is infectious. Enjoy a poolside beverage or dine at one of the cities diverse restaurant options and unwind as you watch the vibrant sunsets take hold of this beautiful location
The Northern Territory’s Uluru and Red Centre region is a quintessential Australia sight. The red sands drape far and wide across the landscape, broken up only by the towering Uluru (Ayers Rock) escarpment.
Drenched in thousands of years of history and cultural lore, this region is incredibly special to the local indigenous peoples of Australia. For travellers seeking learning and discovery, the Red Centre is the perfect destination, with opportunities to meet the local peoples and discover their ancient culture, passed down in dreaming stories through the generations.
The Top End of Australia is a wonderfully unique location, filled with semi-arid landscapes and monsoonal rainforests.
A stark contrast to the Red Centre, this eclectic mix of red dirt and semi-lush rainforest is a unique sight to discover. The region holds a sense of ancient beauty, emanating from the raw, untouched landscapes.
The Top End is home to the Arnhem Land, Kakadu and Litchfield National Parks, three different locations which hold much to discover. From trekking to uncover a hidden-away plunge pool filled with crisp, clear water, to driving through untouched wilderness hidden away in remote destinations. Meet the local indigenous peoples and listen to the eloquently spoken histories passed down through the generations.
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