5D4N Top End Nature’s Way

Highlights

  • Jumping Crocodile Cruise
  • Sunset buffet dinner cruise
  • Admission to Crocosaurus Cove

Includes

  • 2N accommodation in Darwin
  • 1N accommodation in Kakadu
  • 1N accommodation in Katherine
  • 4D Hertz Car Rental (1.8-litre)

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8D Northern Territory

Glen Helen Gorge – Kings Canyon – Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park – Erldunda – Alice Spring

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The Red Centre Way

Highlights

  • Uluru sunset tour with Aussie BBQ dinner
  • 1-hour camel ride

Includes

  • Return economy airfare
  • 1-way seat-in-coach transfer from Uluru to Alice Springs
  • 1-way transfer from hotel to airport
  • 1 night accommodation in Glen Helen Gorge
  • 1 night accommodation in Kings Canyon
  • 2 nights accommodation in Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park
  • 2 nights accommodation in Alice Springs
  • 5 days Hertz car rental (1.8-litre) with NeverLost GPS

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Backpacker Essentials

Before hitting Australia’s shores, get some backpacker basics – from the best budget accommodation and WiFi options to eating like a local and staying up late. Follow our advice to get the most out of your Australian adventure.

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Glamping in Australia

Love nature but also love a few creature comforts? Learn about glamour camping or ‘glamping’ and find out where you can do it across Australia.

Camping is probably the best way to immerse yourself in Australia’s natural splendour. But while we all love the romantic notion of sleeping beneath the stars, not all of us enjoy ‘roughing it’. If you’re used to travelling in style, the idea of lugging heavy supplies, pitching a tent or cooking tinned food over a campfire can be less than appealing. Enter glamping, or glamour camping, which lets you commune with nature in the comfort of a luxury tent. We’re talking fresh linen, private bathrooms, spa treatments and gourmet meals prepared for you. You can glamp in some of Australia’s wildest and most remote places – from the Red Centre to the Kimberley and Kakadu.

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Australia’s Northern Territory: Take a Walk on the Wild Side

Take a break from the bright lights, big cities and living in the fast lane; adventure awaits in the Outback.

Australia’s   mysterious Northern Territory (NT) boasts   dreamy   landscapes, dramatic waterfalls and colourful  wildlife, and is just  under  a  five-hour  flight  from  Singapore to NT’s capital city Darwin. If you are in search of rich and soulful travel experiences then it’s time to leave behind the hustle and bustle of metropolitan cities for an adventurous time in wild Australia.

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Where to see crocodiles around Darwin

Few animals around Darwin fascinate visitors as much as these prehistoric creatures. Both freshwater and saltwater crocodiles can be found in the waters and river systems around the city, but it is the larger species, the saltwater crocodile, that captures the imagination. With their sheer size – they grow up to seven metres (23 feet) long – “salties” resemble dinosaurs more than any other modern-day animal. A trip to Darwin isn’t complete without seeing the world’s largest reptiles for yourself. Here are the best places to see crocodiles around Darwin.

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Australia’s Best Seafood Experiences

There’s an abundance of possibilities around Australia to sample the fruits of the sea. Australia is surrounded by fresh seafood, with a great breadth of varieties available. From shucking fresh oysters in Sydney; spear-fishing for barramundi in the Northern Territory; or dining on chilli-infused lobster in a top quality restaurant, there’s an abundance of possibilities around Australia to sample the fruits of the sea.

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The Best Café in Australia

Australians have become so obsessed with coffee that it’s hard to remember Australia was once a nation of committed tea drinkers. And while tea has hardly been relegated to the sidelines – there are tearooms and teashops in every capital city in the country – coffee is now the conversation. Where it’s from, how it’s roasted, who’s doing the roasting: these are issues of vital importance to discriminating coffee connoisseurs. Yet the café culture that has sprung up around this coffee bean obsession is about much more than a brew, with quality food an equally crucial ingredient in encouraging punters back. Here are some of the best cafés the country has to offer.

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