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Our tropical capital combines lazy beaches and blood orange sunsets with buzzing markets and a pulsing nightlife. Let our multicultural city revitalise you on a holiday in the Top End.

Alice Springs

Known as the warm, red heart of Australia, the bustling centre of Alice Springs is nestled between the beautiful MacDonnell Ranges and surrounded by gorges and stark desert plains, offering a gateway to extraordinary landscapes.


Combining natural wonder, cultural significance and emanating a strong presence from its sheer domination of the surrounding landscape, hear ancient dreamtime stories and be inspired by the orange glows of an unforgettable sunset.


Kakadu’s 19,000 square kilometres of World Heritage Listed land teems with native wildlife, beckoning you to explore the luscious billabongs, rocky escarpments and flowing gorges.

Kings Canyon

Witness sheer 270 metre high canyon walls plunge into meandering streams deep in the secluded beauty of the Watarrka National Park, home to traditional and contemporary Aboriginal culture, flora and fauna.


As the outback meets the tropics, glide along Katherine River as it slices through walls of red rock, carving cliff-like drops that plunge to meet the water. Katherine Gorge, or Nitmiluk, is an unforgettable place to visit.


Dip your body in crystal clear plunge pools and soak up the mist from a nearby waterfall. Nudging Darwin, this place is too good to be true, boasting a kaleidoscope of rainforest, termite mounds and cycads.

Arnhem Land

About as remote as you can get, Arnhem Land is an adventurer's utopia, an Aboriginal-owned expanse made up of wild coastlines, deserted islands, rivers teeming with fish, lush rainforests, soaring escarpments and rich, untarnished Aboriginal culture.

Tennant Creek

Be drawn to the Territory’s rocky heart, where boulders balance magically atop one another, mallee scrubland stretches to the horizon, and blue skies are never-ending.

Australia's North West

Broome is the southern gateway to the spectacular Kimberley region and is home to the world-famous Cable Beach and its gorgeous sunsets. Venture into the Kimberley and discover secluded waterfalls, ancient rock art and natural wonders.


With so many places to explore, it's hard to know where to begin!

When there are so many opportunities of natural wonders to explore in the Northern Territory, as well as history to experience, culture to connect with and wildlife to observe, you need someone who knows what they're talking about. With someone to point you in the right direction, whether you’re looking for a romantic Central Australia getaway, or the thrill seeking adventure of a lifetime in the Top End, we make planning a breeze!

The following options provide information on all of the major destinations in the Northern Territory. Find out what is special about each location, the must see attractions while you’re there, as well as watch NT videos, read holiday reviews written by our own NT holiday experts, and browse accommodation, tours and holiday options.

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