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Inspiration for your next adventure around the Northern Territory's Top End.

Why Peninsula Way is an ultimate family road trip

Why Peninsula Way is an ultimate family road trip

Just an hour from Darwin, the Peninsula Way region spans a westerly route off the Stuart Highway encompassing Berry Springs, Dundee Beach and Mandorah. A drive perfect for the family, you will find an abundance of things to see and do from a visit to a wildlife park, barramundi fishing, natural springs, authentic NT pubs and local home-made mango ice-cream.

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5 Hidden Gems to Explore in Litchfield National Park

5 Hidden Gems to Explore in Litchfield National Park

Take a short 1.5 hours’ drive from Darwin and you will find yourself in stunning Litchfield National Park. There you will find yourself surrounded by the peace and tranquility of nature. During the dry (May - September) you might be lucky enough to spot wild brumbies around the park, along with wallabies and birdlife.

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See the Wildlife of Kakadu National Park

See the Wildlife of Kakadu National Park

Greater access to areas of Kakadu and its untamed beauty during the dry season gives visitors a fantastic chance to experience what this dual World Heritage-listed national park has to offer.

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Waterfall Hopping in Litchfield

Waterfall Hopping in Litchfield

Spend a weekend in Litchfield National Park exploring one waterfall to the next.

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10 incredible places that exist in Kakadu National Park

World Heritage listed Kakadu National Park, covering almost 20,000 km, is a place of contrasting landscapes and diverse habitats. Saltwater crocodiles lurk in freshwater billabongs studded with lotus lilies. Rugged cliffs of the Arnhem Land escarpment hide deep sandstone gorges and pockets of monsoon rainforest. Waterfalls cascade into pools fringed with paperbarks and pandanus.Kakadu’s Aboriginal owners are happy and proud to share this special place with you. Come and discover our World Heritage culture and natural landscapes in Australia’s largest national park. Experience Kakadu’s rich 65,000 year old culture by joining a ranger guided walk through ancient rock art galleries where Dreaming ancestors, Rainbow Serpent and Namarrgon (Lightning Man), are etched into walls. Indigenous guides share traditional stores while you try your hand at weaving and painting. Learn about Indigenous history and kinship at Warradjan Cultural Centre. Discover traditional uses for plants and animals and bush survival skills.

Fall in love with nature as you climb looming escarpments and swim in tropical waterholes. Glide over the wetlands on a sunrise cruise, soar above the landscape on a stunning scenic flight and join in at special and annual events held within the park.There are spectacular fishing spots and vast wetlands and billabongs for boating and great sites to spot some crocs!

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