So you want to do something different in 2017, something to make it an unforgettable year and one of the best so far?

Australia has countless natural wonders and beautiful wildlife, many of which are found in The Northern Territory. The Northern Territory is home to many natural wonders that have to be seen to be believed.

The rugged landscapes, colourful red dirt, and the stunning skies are sure to make you want to stay in the NT forever.

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Uluru

This is perhaps the most famous natural landmarks of Australia, and is found in the South of the Northern Territory in the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. Also known as Ayers Rock, this enormous rock formation holds a lot of Australian Aboriginal history and tales of the Aboriginal dreamtime. The colours and serenity of the Australian desert make sure that you definitely won’t forget this trip, and the beauty that is Uluru.

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Kakadu National Park

These Kakadu National Park tours and tour packages will allow you to experience the wonders of Kakadu National Park including waterfalls, wildlife and Aboriginal culture and rock art.

Kakadu National Park lies east of Darwin in the tropical region of the Northern Territory, Australia. This World Heritage listed area is famous for its rich Aboriginal culture, rock art sites, wildlife, waterways, crocodiles and waterfalls. The is 19,000 square kilometres in size and was first created in 1978. The environment here is pristine and accessible and unique in the context of Australian wilderness experiences. 

Most tours departing from Darwin travel to Kakadu National Park. There are mini coach and four wheel drive (4WD) vehicle options to see different parts of the park depending on the time of the year. A 4WD vehicle is required to visit Twin and Jim Jim Falls, two of the more impressive waterfalls in the park. Most people travel here between May and November each year in the cooler, drier months. However, access is possible year around. During the Wet Season (December- March) in Kakadu National Park different waterfalls open up, as a 4WD touring specialist we do cater very well to passengers during that time of year. Both in where we can access in the National Park and also with the type of permeant tented camping we can offer at our exclusive camp sites (including fans).

We get booked up early on our Darwin tours for the period of travel July and August, with accommodation in Darwin busy and Kakadu National Park tours reaching full capacity. We ask that you book as far in advance as possible over that period, you can then take advantage of some of our Early bird specials on those Kakadu tours. For more information on travelling to Kakadu National park check out some of our helpful blogs;

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Devils Marbles

The Devils Marbles are a collection of granite rocks that span across the area of the Devils Marbles Conservation Reserve. In the middle of the Northern Territory you will find these rocks positioned over the landscapes in unusual and fascinating formations – which make a good photo opportunities. For the best photos, visit the Devils Marbles at sunset for the beautiful colours in the sky, or at sunrise for when the sun first hits the rocks for the day.

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The Kangaroo Sanctuary

For a real Australian experience you need to visit and have a chance to see one of our most famous animals up close. You can visit the sanctuary before or after one of our trips for a perfect beginning or ending. The Kangaroo Sanctuary in Alice Springs helps kangaroos by rescuing and rehabilitating joeys found injured in the wild, which also gives tourists a chance to see these animals in a safe environment. At The Kangaroo Sanctuary you can visit these majestic animals in their natural habitat, learn about their lives, and the best part is – you can even have a cuddle with a joey!

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Mataranka Thermal Pool

These are a must for all interested in a relaxing, nature filled, and yet adventurous holiday. The Mataranka Thermal Pools are located in Elsey National Park, just a short drive from the centre of Mataranka. These thermal pools are tranquil, calm, and everything you need to relax and take in the beauty of the Northern Territory and your surroundings. Don’t forget a waterproof camera so you can those memories and be the envy of all your friends!

If you adventure into the Northern Territory, 2017 will be a year to remember. Exploring the beautiful natural formations, getting up close and cuddly with friendly kangaroos, and relaxing in the thermal pools all make for a Real Aussie Adventure. Embrace the beautiful country of Australia and all the natural wonders it has to offer all in one territory.

For information on our Northern Territory tours, where you can experience everything mentioned above, visit our tour pages;

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