It’s about time you visit the Northern Territory

A place where you'll find an adventure like no other.

Visit the Top End and take a refreshing swim in crystal clear waterholes before relaxing on a sunset harbour cruise with a glass of bubbles in hand. Take a scenic 3-hour drive from Darwin to the stunning, World Heritage-listed Kakadu. Get up close with the unique wildlife of Yellow Water Billabong and discover the dreamtime stories of the Indigenous rock art found at Ubirr.

In the Red Centre you could fly high in the sky on a hot air balloon over Alice Springs or ride camels across the desert at Uluru before enjoying an unforgettable dining experience under the Outback sky at the famous Sounds of Silence dinner. The sights of this extraordinary landscape appearing to change in colour with the setting sun will have you pinching yourself. 

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Darwin Darwin


Darwin, NT

Visit Australia’s smallest capital city, where the living couldn’t be bigger. World famous for its fabulous food, colourful outdoor markets and a diverse bag of adventure activities.

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Uluṟu-Kata Tjuṯa National Park Uluṟu-Kata Tjuṯa National Park

Uluṟu-Kata Tjuṯa National Park

Uluru, NT

No visit to the Northern Territory would be complete without a visit to Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park (Ayers Rock and The Olgas).

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Alice Springs and Red Centre Alice Springs and Red Centre

Alice Springs and Red Centre

Alice Springs and Red Centre, NT

Alice Springs is far more than the gateway to the Red Centre – it’s a thriving, spirited outback centre famous for the personality of its locals and natural wonders.

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The Field of Light

Internationally acclaimed artist, Bruce Munro, has brought the spectacular ‘Field of Light’ installation to the Red Centre for his first Australian exhibition. As part of Voyages Indigenous Tourism’s commitment to arts and culture, it is hosting the biggest Field of Light installation to date at the place that inspired it - Uluru.

As night falls over the desert, Bruce Munro's masterpiece comes alive. 'Tili Wiru Tjuta Nyakutjaku' as named by the local community (‘looking at lots of beautiful lights'), comprises of over 50,000 frosted-glass spheres. Feel an amazing sense of calm wash over you as the red soil of spiritual heart of Australia becomes illuminated beneath a chandelier of stars.

Guests can delve into the experiential artwork in a number of different ways; from the entry-level 'Field of Light Pass' which includes return coach transfers to the remote site with ample time to experience the installation; to a special dinner under the night sky at 'A Night at Field of Light'.

See the light mirror the stars and touch the silence at Uluru - find out moreOpens external site in a new window and book your journey to Australia's spiritual heartland today.

What else is on?

The Territory hosts some of Australia’s best festivals and events. From sporting events, theatre and cabaret to dance, live music, art and cultural experiences. The events calendar is full of exciting treats.

Take a look and see what's going onOpens external site across the region.

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