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The capital of the Northern Territory and gateway to the magnificent Kakadu and Litchfield National Parks.
Rich in beauty and indigenous culture, this is a unique and impressive part of the world waiting to be explored.
The history of this captivating city is mixed with modern attractions, natural beauty and an electric mix of bars and restaurants.
With a harbour more than 5 times the size of Sydney’s harbour don’t miss the opportunity to hop on a boat trip around this mangrove lined port full of history and nature.
Immerse yourself in the atmosphere of the waterfront activities including outdoor festivals and night markets in a city famed for it’s culture and laid back lifestyle.
Kakadu is Australia’s largest National Park covering almost 20,000 square kilometres. With landscape ranging from wetlands to sandstone slopes to lush green hills and woodland areas, this diverse combination makes for absolutely breath taking scenery.
This World Heritage park is deeply spiritual for the Aboriginal people and you’ll view one of the highest areas of aboriginal rock art in the world here, believed to be over 20,000 years old. Take a guided tour through the sacred Nourlangie art site and discover the fascinating stories the art is portraying and why this area is so special.
Must see sites include Twin Falls and Jim Jim Falls; the stunning Twin Falls features a large emerald pool at the bottom surrounded by a sandy beach, while Jim Jim Falls creates a deep plunge pool as the water cascades from it’s 200m high cliffs.
Cruise along the Mary River to spot some of the 10,000 crocodiles that call Kakadu home and check out the magnificent panoramic view from Ubirr Rock.
You’ll be astounded by the variety and beauty this park has to offer, Kakadu is a trip not to be missed!
Litchfield National Park offers an abundance of stunning scenery in the form of spectacular waterfalls, swimming holes and monsoon rainforest.
Hop in a 4WD to discover the weathered sandstone columns of the Lost City and follow one of the bushwalk trails to explore the diverse landscapes of this remarkable 1,500 square kilometre park.
One of it’s most unique features is the hundreds of termite mounds that reach up to 2 metres high; visit the information shelter and learn all about these fascinating creatures and their habitat.
Cool off in the crystal clear water beneath the magnificent Wangi and Florence waterfalls and relax in the cascading waters of the three tiered Buley Rockhole.
The park is rich in aboriginal culture and history and you’ll have the unique opportunity to experience a ‘Welcome to Country’ by the Limilngan-Wulna people, who will also share with you their local traditions, aswell as didgeridoo and spear throwing demonstrations.
If you’re short for time Litchfield can be explored in a day but with so much beauty to discover we’d recommend at least two days, giving you time to relax in the plentiful swimming holes between visiting all the magnificent sights this superb National Park has to offer.
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