Drenched in red sand and sunshine, the Northern Territory is home to Australia’s most sacred historical sites.
The Red Centre is a vast outback wilderness, the perfect destination for visitors seeking adventure and culture in dramatically spectacular surroundings. The World-Heritage-listed Uluru (Ayers Rock) and Kata Tjuta (The Olgas) host thousands of years of Dreamtime stories, and are culturally significant to the Indigenous Anagu people, who passionately share these stories with visitors.
The Top End of Australia is remote and largely inaccessible, with semi-arid landscapes and monsoonal rainforests. Arnhem Land, Kakadu National Park, the Mary River Floodplains and Litchfield National Park host a wide variety of endemic wildlife and sacred Aboriginal Rock Art sites. Home to the annual migration of over one hundred thousand magpie geese and one of the largest crocodile populations in the world, flowing rivers and dramatic waterfalls crash into crystal-clear pools.
The Northern Territory is the perfect destination for guests to be immersed in the ancient cultures and rugged beauty of authentic Australia.