From the Top End to the Red Centre, Australia's Northern Territory (NT) is nature's ultimate playground - brimming with beauty and rich in culture. It's a place for those looking to chase adventure in the warmth of an ‘Endless Summer’; where the true spirit of Australia shines through no matter the season. From the places to the people, this is a holiday destination like no other where the ancient stories, artworks and traditions of Aboriginal Australians entwine with a rich, ever-evolving community of modern brilliance. Whether you're inspired by the wildlife, buzzing nightlife, culture, dramatic landscapes or friendly locals - The NT is a place where you can truly dare to dream.

Top End

The Top End

Two worlds collide in The Top End. Experience a beautiful, tropical climate, with landscapes dotted with rainforests, gorges, waterfalls and waterholes, to a city centre where a relaxed, outdoor lifestyle meets modern luxury.


Treat your tastebuds and indulge your sense of fun and adventure in the Northern Territory’s tropical capital city, Darwin. From Gourmet Lunch Tours to stunning Darwin Harbour Dinner Cruises, there's ample options to fuel anyone's appetite for a culinary adventure. For those looking to indulge in the history and culture of the region, this Arnhem Land Day Tour from Darwin will inspire and delight, while the natural wonders of World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park, the thundering waterfalls of Litchfield and the spectacular Nitmiluk (Katherine) Gorge in Nitmiluk National Park are all within a hop, skip and a jump away.

Kakadu National Park

Head off the beaten track to a place where nature is king, and your imagination can roam free. With unique, undiscovered places by the plenty, multi-day tours are the best way to discover all that is on offer. This Kakadu National Park Day Tour is perfect for those short on time, who are still wanting to experience as much of this pocket of the world as possible. There's so much to learn and discover, so start exploring today!

When to Go

While the rest of Australia shivers through April to September, the Top End is adorned with colour and light, sparkling oceans and glorious sunny days right through the cooler seasons. The temperature hovers at around 32 degrees every day and there are endless options to get outside and to soak up the sun. From November to March, you’ll see spectacular light shows as the summer storms roll in and transform the landscape into an explosion of colour and life. Many locals and experienced travellers believe the “Wet Season” is the best time to visit, because it’s when the land truly comes alive. Discover the Top End for yourself on one of our tours or activities.

Red Centre

The Red Centre

Discover the real heart of Australia in The Red Centre. Spread across half a million square kilometres, this is the place where the bright, red soil meets the stunning blue sky, and where iconic Australian destinations including Uluru (Ayers Rock), Kata Tjuta, Kings Canyon and Alice Springs invite you to roam free.

Alice Springs

Dubbed Australia's ‘most famous’ outback town, Alice Springs is as vibrant as it is quirky, Discover outback waterholes, amazing rock formations and camp under a blanket of stars in the MacDonnell Ranges, or venture to the various bars and cafes dotted throughout the region. Want to see it all and then some? This Hot Air Balloon Flight takes adventure to new heights, and includes a delicious breakfast after landing!


You haven't experienced Australia until you have marvelled at the iconic Uluru. Undoubtedly the country's most recognisable natural icon, Uluru is an unforgettable bucket list item, with these multi-day camping tours giving guests an authentic, Aussie Outback experience. Watch the breathtaking change of colours at sunrise and sunset; walk, cycle or segway around the 10km base and wander through a field of 50,000 spindles of light. Be sure not to miss visiting the majestic Kata Tjuta rock formations and striking Kings Canyon whilst in this spectacular part of Australia. This Dot Painting Workshop is also sure to inspire, but with spaces selling out fast, there's all the more reason to pencil some booking dates in!

When to Go

The Red Centre’s desert climate and dramatic landscapes set the scene for adventure, with hot, dry days and cooler, star-studded nights. From May to September, the days are warm with temperatures between 20 and 30 degrees. It gets hotter in the summer months, so early mornings and late afternoons are the perfect times to explore this incredible region, with February-onwards ideal for those looking for the ultimate Aussie experience.