Major Driving Routes
No trip to the NT is complete without a traditional bush tucker gathering tour with an Aboriginal guide. The Sounds of Silence – a five-star dinner under the stars on a sand dune at Uluru or Sounds of Firelight – provides an exclusive dining experience at Kings Canyon. It's designed for intimacy and romance with no more than ten couples dining on any one night.
Wine & Food
Nature's Way - Links Darwin with Kakadu National Park
Explorer's Way - Adelaide to Darwin
Red Centre Way - Links Alice Springs with the Red Centre landmarks, including Uluru and Kings Canyon
Savannah Way - Crosses the Territory in Katherine on its way from Cairns to Broome
Nature & Scenic
Exploring the Territory's iconic national parks, including Kakadu, Uluru, Nitmiluk, Litchfield and Watarrka, with their diverse landscapes, are 'must do's on any visit to the NT.
Art & Culture
To experience the NT's art and culture offering, browse the renowned Aboriginal art galleries in Alice Springs, join a dot painting workshop at Uluru or visit the Tiwi Islands on an art tour and see screenprinters, potters, painters and sculptors at work.
Beach & Coastal Encounters
For a beach adventure, enjoy a thrilling sport fishing expedition off the coast of remote Arnhem Land or indulge in an eco wilderness resort on the Cobourg Peninsula. Watch the sun set over the water at the Mindil Beach Sunset Markets or take a cruise around Darwin Harbour.
If you choose to take part in one of the many wildlife experiences available in NT, you might find yourself enjoying a crocodile cruise, hand-feeding hundreds of fish in Darwin, or meeting desert creatures at the Alice Springs Reptile Centre. Alternatively, you might find yourself on a relaxing sunrise cruise on Yellow Waters amid thousands of birds, or spotting freshwater crocodiles in Katherine Gorge.