1 Day Kakadu Tour from Darwin $299
Sprawling out over 19,000 square kilometres, Kakadu is Australia’s largest national park and one of the most culturally significant places in the country. For visitors to Darwin, Kakadu is a must visit destination for incredible wildlife, Aboriginal heritage and untouched wilderness. Including travel on comfortable coach transport and a delicious buffet lunch, our one-day Kakadu tour is the perfect introduction to Australia’s unforgettable Top End. Appreciate the history and culture of the local Indigenous Australians as you admire ancient rock art at Nourlangie Rock and enjoy the displays at the Warradjan Aboriginal Cultural Centre. Observe hundreds of different species of birds, plants and other amazing animals in their natural habitat. As you relax aboard the Yellow Water Billabong cruise, you may spot Kakadu’s fiercest predator - the saltwater crocodile. Book now and discover the tapestry of treasures waiting to be explored.
3 Day Kakadu & Litchfield Tour $625
Kakadu and Litchfield are two highlights of Australia’s iconic Top End. Famous for its cascading waterfalls, abundant wildlife and astonishing scenery, this area close to Darwin comes alive during the Wet Season (November – April). The heavy rain replenishes dry waterholes and opens new places to explore. Join us on our 3-day Kakadu & Litchfield tour, as we discover vivid green landscapes, breathtaking overflowing creeks and striking afternoon storms. You’ll explore impressive waterholes such as Wangi Falls, Gunlom Falls and Maguk with fewer people occupying the area. Travelling by 4WD and camping overnight, you’ll learn about the cultural significance Kakadu has for Australian Aborigines and admire ancient rock art. Observe some of the Northern Territory’s most infamous residents on a crocodile spotting cruise. For an authentic Outback experience, book your adventure today!
3 Day Kakadu National Park Tour $1210 – Accommodated
Not into camping? No worries. Our 3 Day Kakadu National Park tour stays overnight in local hotel accommodation, so you can explore the untouched wilderness of Kakadu by day and return to a comfortable bed at night. Experience the wondrous beauty and ancient culture of the Top End, travelling on our all-terrain vehicle with our experienced and knowledgeable local guide. Marvel at the spectacular landscapes, powerful waterfalls, stunning plunge pools and endless plains that are home to oldest continuing culture in the world. Learn the history and culture of the Indigenous people who have called this place home for thousands of years and get up close and personal with the fascinating wildlife. The 3 Day Kakadu National Park Tour offers you a comprehensive insight into this stunning part of Australia. Book now for an unforgettable experience.
5 Day Kakadu Tour with Koolpin Gorge $1235
For a comprehensive Kakadu experience, travelling deep into the park and visiting restricted permit areas, join our 5 Day Kakadu Tour with Koolpin Gorge. We visit impressive waterfalls, pristine plunge pools and breath-taking lookouts. You’ll learn the fascinating indigenous history and culture of the world-famous national park as we visit ancient rock art sites. The highlight is a visit to the exclusive area of Koolpin Gorge, recognised for its environmental and cultural significance and limited to just 40 visitors a day. We’ll explore Kakadu with rewarding hikes and splash about at Twin Falls and Gunlom Falls. Admire views of the Arnhem Land Escarpment and spot the unique wildlife that call the region area home with a Yellow Water sunset cruise. We’ll travel in 4WD transport and camp out under the stars, ensuring a true Outback experience. Book your 5 Day Kakadu Tour with Koolpin Gorge with us today!
3 Day Kakadu and Litchfield Tour $610
This 3-day Litchfield & Kakadu Tour takes in all the very best sites in both these amazing national parks during the popular dry season (May – October). Spend three days discovering some of Australia’s most unique landscapes and culturally significant areas with satisfying hikes and refreshing swims. We’ll visit ancient rock art sites to appreciate the cultural heritage of the Top End, splash about in picturesque rock pools including Gunlom Falls, Maguk and Buley Rockholes, and spot crocodiles and more on a wildlife spotting cruise. At night, we’ll set up camp under the stars and share a meal around the campfire. Book today and you will experience why this trip is the best value 3 Day Kakadu Tour on the market.
3 Day Kakadu Tour – Camping $610
Spend three days discovering the Top End’s unforgettable scenery, refreshing swimming holes and fascinating cultural heritage on our 3 Day Kakadu Camping Tour. Including camping accommodation and all meals, this tour takes you to discover Kakadu’s natural treasures and will leave you with a deeper appreciation of the culture and knowledge of the area’s traditional owners. Splash about in natural plunge pools at Jim Jim Falls, Maguk and Gunlom Falls, admire centuries old rock art at Ubirr and Nourlangie, and spot the local wildlife on a Corroboree Billabong cruise. At night, enjoy dinner around the campfire and be amazed by the stunning starry night sky. You’ll travel with a small group and friendly local guide on a custom built 4WD to access the best parts of Kakadu. Departures are limited so book now!
3 Day Kakadu & Litchfield Tour $645
Join our small group of likeminded adventurers on this wild journey through the Top End! You’ll spend three days exploring the rugged landscapes, ancient rock art sites, peaceful swimming holes and towering waterfalls of the Top End on our Kakadu and Litchfield Tour from Darwin. Enjoy an authentic Aussie experience camping under the astonishing outback night sky and travelling in a purpose built 4WD. Our local guide will be there to show you the way and enlighten you with tales of the history, biology and culture of this incredibly diverse area of the Northern Territory. It’s a journey through an amazing and unique part of Australia you won’t forget!
2 Day Kakadu Tour $400
Enjoy the impressive landscapes of Kakadu National Park during the wet season (November – April) with our 2 Day Kakadu Tour. As the Top End is doused in tropical rain, we operate in specially designed vehicles to explore iconic destinations which are often flooded during the wet season. We discover the significant cultural heritage of the area at sites including Nourlangie Rock and Warradjan Cultural Center, and enjoy the opportunity to observe native Australian crocodiles on the famous Jumping Crocodile Cruise. We’ll visit overflowing waterfalls and be amazed by the bounty of wildlife that are drawn to the area with the influx of rain. Camp overnight within Kakadu and tuck into a delicious dinner around the campfire. To view the wonders of Kakadu during the wet season, book our 2-day tour now!
Darwin is like no other city in the world. Happily embracing its isolated big country town reputation, Darwin is a city of incredible food, lively markets, tropical gardens and waterfront restaurants. Yet most people visit Darwin to explore what lies beyond the city limits. Step outside the boundaries of the city and you quickly realise that Darwin is surrounded by rugged landscapes, natural beauty and an indigenous history and culture to rival anywhere on this planet. Discover some of the natural wonders on Darwin’s doorstep with our tours in and around the city including trips to Litchfield National Park, Jumping Crocodile Cruise and more.
Uluru is one of Australia’s most recognisable tourism icons and an awe-inspiring destination for many reasons. Whether you visit for the fascinating cultural heritage, extraordinary desert landscapes or impressive night sky, a trip to Uluru never disappoints. Even if all you did was travel all the way to the Red Centre of Australia just to take in this impressive red rock against the harsh and dramatic desert background, you would be more than satisfied. However, combine Uluru with Kings Canyon and Kata-Tjuta and it has to be at the top of your bucket list. We offer comprehensive day and multi-day tours from both ‘The Rock’ and Alice Springs to Uluru and surrounds. Don’t miss your chance to experience the colour of Uluru and its traditional people.