The Northern Territory is vast. Occupying about one sixth of Australia’s total land mass, it encompasses a variety of contrasting landscapes and experiences, best tackled by exploring a few key destinations at a time. From Kakadu to Katherine and Uluru – each has its own distinct personality. Take a Northern Territory holiday and experience the wonder.

The Northern Territory – Outback Luxury

Experiencing Australia’s Outback doesn’t have to mean roughing it. Outback Journeys is a collection of accommodation and tour providers which offer unparalleled access to the exciting experiences, captivating locations and authentic characters of the Northern Territory. Join a muster on a cattle station; discover ancient Aboriginal rock art; catch a fighting barramundi; and marvel at iconic land formations that represent the Dreamtime. Or simply relax and enjoy your surroundings – from private swimming holes and remote blazing sunsets to long, lazy gourmet lunches or dining under a million stars.
The Top End is known for its tropical weather, rich indigenous culture, national parks and laid-back lifestyle. It is home to an eclectic mix of cultures and the outdoor lifestyle is complemented by brilliant sunsets, fantastic fishing and a colourful calendar of outdoor events. Darwin, the multicultural capital is an ideal base from which to explore the natural treasures of World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park, Litchfield National Park and Arnhem Land.
Australia’s Red Centre evokes images of great pioneering feats, exploration on a grand scale, rich culture and characters that have shaped the identity of this spectacular sunburnt country.  Here, vast deserts and jagged ranges dominate the landscape while sporadic waterholes and gorges provide shelter for diverse wildlife. Marvel at iconic land formations that represent the Dreamtime such as Uluru/Ayers Rock or simply relax and enjoy your spectacular surroundings. 

More of Northern Territory


Little Miss Korea Darwin Restaurant

Darwin is a travel destination that’s just full of surprises – and nowhere is that more the case than when it comes to chowing down.

Dive with giant crocodiles at Crocosaurus Cove

Darwin may be our smallest capital city, but as a travel destination it’s packed full of surprises.

Dining carriage on the Ghan

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.

nt katherine

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.

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