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Darwin may be our smallest capital city, but as a travel destination it’s packed full of surprises.
Great Southern Rail has amped up the luxury on its iconic trains The Indian Pacific and The Ghan, with an exclusive new carriage for Platinum travellers.
Only a fool would stay inside while visiting the Northern Territory. Ditch the car, forget room service and explore this incredible region how it was designed to be experienced: outdoors.
The rich red landscapes, cascading waterfalls, unique formations and deep blue billabongs of the Top End are seemingly straight off the pages of a storybook, mesmerising travellers with the prospect of untouched beauty.
If you've never been to the Northern Territory, you probably won't truly understand what the phrase "only in the Northern Territory" encompasses.
There is something about stepping into Darwin’s newest market that feels like time travel.
Whichever city you choose for an Australian holiday, there will be a buzzing metropolitan beach or a secluded cove within easy reach. Therein lies the reason as to why everyone around the world associates Down Under with the beach.
It's 7.30am and our four-wheel-drive bus is heading towards the Northern Territory's wildest bushland, otherwise known as Kakadu national park.
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