Northern Territory (NT)
Welcome to the Territory of the North. This is home to the iconic landscapes that Australia might picture as a Sunburnt Country. Extensive red outback areas which extend forever, cool swimming pools fed by roaring waterfalls and the palpable presence of the world’s oldest continued culture. There are a variety of activities and places to visit in this region of Australia for tourists to explore some of the most beautiful scenery in the world.
When they come to Northern Territory, Uluru and Kakadu there are two places on the list for everyone. Uluru is an Australian icon and there is a Must Wherever in this country with the Great Barrier Reef and the Sydney Opera House. Uluru has a great cultural significance to the indigenous peoples, along with neighbouring Kata Tjuta. The two most popular things to do when you visit are to walk around the base and look amazed when the colours change at sunset.
Darwin is your entrance to Kakadu National Park, which is classified as a World Heritage. Our day tours around the area give you an idea of what you can enjoy in this amazing environment, full of indigenous flora and fauna. But you need to enter one of these multiday excursions with so many places to explore, to really appreciate the beauty of Kakadu. Our multi-day tours bring you to the most popular attractions in the North Country, including the Twin Falls, the Gunlom Falls and Nourlangie Rock Art. Litchfield National Park, a lesser known but equally impressive waterfall and picturesque scenery, is another place to visit in the Northern Territory.