Home to the indigenous Larrakia people and a gateway to adventures of the wild outback, Darwin thrives as a cosmopolitan center with rich historical bearings.
Group Tour of Litchfield’s Indigenous Culture and Nature Discover spectacular landscapes and a rich indigenous culture on this day tour from Darwin to Litchfield National Park. Explore the area with a friendly local guide from the indigenous community while you hear stories about the community that go back generations. During the right season, you can watch your guide demonstrate bush resources used locally as well. Explore the landscape and refresh yourself in some spectacular waterfalls. Marvel at the beauty of the dramatic stone country and ancient rainforests. Afterwards, enjoy a flame-grilled lunch of ocean-caught barramundi, marinated kangaroo and crocodile eye fillet, or any other items you prefer, in beautiful shaded surrounds. Take home memories you’ll never forget. (Full Day; Shared Activity & Transfer; Lunch included; Please carry a hat, walking shoes suitable for warm weather, swimming costume and towel.)
Popularly known as the town, where “The Outback meets the Tropics”, Katherine is an important settlement of the Northern Territory. Its scenic location on the Katherine River makes it the perfect base to explore striking natural formations like majestic gorges, shimmering waterfalls and lush overhanging gardens.
Group Nit Nit Dreaming Two Gorge Cruise Experience the richly symbolic landscape of the Two Gorges, the longest of all the 13 gorges in the region. Marvel at the striking natural features made by the Katherine River through this ancient land, resulting in magnificent gorges, huge boulders and picturesque rock pools. Learn how the gorges came to be named by the natural custodians of the place, the Jawoyn people and listen to other mythical creation stories of the land. Walk 400 meters from the first gorge called Nitmiluk to the second one, known as Blue Winged Kookaburra. Gaze across to lush overhanging gardens that provide a vivid contrast to the sandstone walls. Feel the unique appeal of the landscape, which holds deep spiritual significance for the Jawoyn people before you return to the comfort of your cruise vessel. (Shared Activity; Duration: 2 hrs; Please note that guests are advised to wear a hat, sunscreen, protective clothing and insect repellent).
Explore Port Nitmiluk National Park on your own Explore the natural wonders at Nitmiluk National Park on this self-guided activity. Head out at a convenient time in the morning or afternoon to experience firsthand the geology, aboriginal history, and landscape of this park known for its spectacular cluster of gorges, rapids, and falls. Start your tour at the visitor center where you can browse through the informative displays and plan out your day. Take your pick of activities such as canoeing, hiking, bird watching, and swimming. Or, get a glimpse of aboriginal culture at one of the rock art sites at this sprawling park managed by the Jawoyn ethnic group. You could also opt for a sunrise or sunset cruise to make the most of your visit. (Half Day; No guide; No transfers; Entrance fees and meals are not included).
Bamurru is the perfect place to lose yourself in a beautiful wilderness that is part of the bio-diverse Top End region. It promises you the ultimate bush experience with sprawling floodplains and wetlands.
Ultimate Wilderness Experience Set off on the ultimate wildlife safari adventure as you head to the floodplains of Bamurru. With the three-night Ultimate Wilderness Experience several options will be at hand to head out and explore the bush. The daily guided wilderness safaris may include airboat safaris, quad bike adventures, open-top safari drives, crocodile spotting river cruises and guided wilderness walks. Note: some activities are seasonal. (Duration: Three Nights)
There’s something for every kind of traveler at the tropical Port Douglas. Thanks to its proximity to the Great Barrier Reef, this remote port on the Coral Sea has transformed into a vibrant vacation spot over the years.
Group Sailaway IV Great Barrier Reef and Low Isles Tour Get ready for a day full of underwater and seaside adventures! Visit Port Douglas and hop onto the luxury sailing catamaran to set off for snorkeling in the blue waters of the island paradise. Savor morning tea and coffee before jumping into the water accompanied by a snorkeling instructor. Be rest assured of in-water assistance as you discover the region’s natural beauty. Enjoy a tropical buffet lunch with fresh prawns on the menu. If you wish to stay on board, you can enjoy the glass-bottomed boat, and engage in reef viewing and interpretation while relishing some fresh cut fruit and homemade cakes. Explore the scenic Low Isles, an untouched coral cay on Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, with a heritage walk. Enjoy access to limited areas, as well as ample personal attention from the crew during your trip. (Full Day; Shared Activity; Morning & Afternoon Tea, Snacks and Lunch included; Snorkeling equipment, optical masks, seasonal lycra snorkelling suits, wetsuits & floatation devices are also included.)
Group Exploration of Daintree NP and Cape Tribulation Drive north from your hotel with your local expert to the ecologically diverse region of Cape Tribulation. Pass scenic farms and seascapes as you travel beyond Mossman to the majestic Daintree River. Stretch your legs with a brief tea break before you step into a comfortable boat. Glide down the river watching estuarine crocodiles sunning themselves near dense mangroves inhabited by various wildlife species. Head over to Alexandra Range to enjoy scenic views of the lush rainforest extending up to the azure waters of the Coral Sea. Stroll across the elevated National Park boardwalk and keep your camera ready to capture the unique flora and fauna. If you are lucky, you might catch a glimpse of the elusive Southern Cassowary! Savor a delicious barbecue lunch with fresh salads and buy yourself a cold drink from the bar. Feed the wallabies before you set out along the rugged Bloomfield Track to the pristine Emmagen Creek. Cool off with a refreshing dip in the clear water with its many fish and turtle species. Sip a hot cup of traditional Billy Tea with tropical fruit and damper or traditional bread as you scan the surroundings for exotic birds and butterflies. Enjoy a leisurely stroll along Cape Tribulation Beach, which is considered too dangerous for swimming. Walk over the boardwalk to the vantage platform to see the rainforest meet the reef. Make use of a short break to relish refreshments before hopping on the cable ferry across Daintree River as you return to the hotel. (Full Day; Lunch included; Shared Activity & Transfer; Fitness Level: High. )
Explore Port Douglas on your own Soak in the sights and surrounds of Port Douglas by yourself at your own pace! You could opt to begin your day early and catch a spectacular sunrise from the 4 Mile Beach lookout and follow it up with a breakfast beach picnic. Afterwards, why not ride the Balley Hooley Steam Railway or get up close to native fauna at the Wildlife Habitat, popular for regular feeding sessions? If you wish to simply unwind, there are many hidden water holes within the surrounding rainforests that are ideal for a leisurely picnic. Don’t forget to look up the local calendar for regular cane toad races held at Iron Bar! At the end of your day, you could enjoy a Flames of the Forest dining experience that brings together regional cuisine, didgeridoo performances, and indigenous Aboriginal storytelling. (Full Day; No guide; No transfers; Entrance fees and meals are not included).
Lizard Island is part of a group of islands about an hour north of Cooktown, on the majestic Great Barrier Reef. Much of the island forms Lizard Island National Park, which gets its name from the giant monitor lizards that call it home.
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