The Tropical North. Explore World Heritage-Listed Kakadu National Park, known for its prolific birdlife, Aboriginal Rock art, croc spotting and beautiful landscapes. Stay at Bamurru Plains or Wildman Wilderness Lodge for an eco friendly nature based experience.

Arnhem Land to the East is less visited and home to Max Davidson’s Arnhem Land Safaris and the Cobourg Peninsular.

The NT is world renowned as a mecca destination for fishing-the prize trophy possibly being the barramundi.

The Red Centre. Uluru or Ayers Rock is one of Australia most recognizable icons. Climbing it is discouraged as it has a huge spiritual significance to the Aboriginal people. New to the area is the ability to take a balloon ride to witness the splendor of Uluru from the air.

Take a camping Safari through the desert, kayak through Katherine Gorge, and hike Kings Canyon. Visit the Flying Doctor and School of the air in Alice Springs. Do a True North Cruise from Darwin (OR Cairns OR W.A OR Sydney) OR an Orion Expeditions Cruise.

Best Time To Travel: Year round travel but best visited in the “dry” cooler season May-October