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Have your own Ultimate Aussie Adventure – Northern Territory

Whilst the Northern Territory may be sparsely populated, the area is crammed with natural attractions, aboriginal heritage and stunning landscapes.   Darwin and the tropical north is home to wetlands, rainforests and waterfalls.  Head to Central Australia for rich red desert sands and stunning rock formations.  Have your own Ultimate Aussie Adventure in the Northern Territory.

When the Queen of talk show brought her fans and crew to Australia, a lot of planning went into finalising the itineraries to showcase the Best of Australia. So all the hard work has now been taken out of your holiday planning, and you too can have your own Ultimate Aussie Adventure. You can visit the same cities, sleep in the same hotels, eat in the same restaurants and experience the same attractions by following the well thought out and organised travel itineraries.

The city of Darwin, capital of the Northern Territory, is edged with palm trees and a harbour twice the size of Sydney Harbour.  The Holiday Inn Darwin sits on The Esplanade and offers spectacular views over the shimmering Darwin Harbour to the Arafura Sea.  Start the day with an alfresco breakfast out on the deck at the Poolside Restaurant.

Alice Springs is a surprising outbank township nestled between the MacDonnell Ranges.   It offers travellers warm desert days, clear cool nights and is the base for an abundance of adventure opportunities to explore the outback of Central Australia.   Spend a short time exploring the city on the Alice Springs Town Hop-On Hop-Off Tour and stop by the Royal Flying Doctor Base, Alice Springs School of the Air, The Old Telegraph Station and many other attractions at your leisure.

Next stop, head out to the Ayers Rock Resort and the stunning Uluru.   The Sails in the Desert Hotel Ayers Rock Resort, named after the iconic white sails that soar over the hotel rooftop and pool area, is a luxury oasis in the outback.   Thrill-seekers can take off on a scenic Helicopter Flight around Uluru and Kata Tjutu, or perhaps a leisurely Aboriginal Mala Walking Tour of the area is more your pace.

Dine under a million stars at the Sounds of Silence Dinner – a secluded formal dining setting out in the desert.   Soak in the last rays of the day as the sun sets over Kata Tjutu and Uluru.  Feast on an outback BBQ of gourmet Australian delicacies including kangaroo, barramundi, crocodile and emu accompanied by bush tucker condiments.

View full details of the Ultimate Northern Territory Itinerary here.

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