Kakadu National Park is World Heritage listed and covers an area of more than 19,800 square kmโ€™s. There is so much wildlife to see in Kakadu from thousands of different insects, plants and hundreds of bird species. There are many rock art sites which showcase Aboriginal culture which dates back to around 50,000 years ago. Kakadu was a must for us, but we struggled to find a variety of tours given it… Read More

Nitmiluk National Park. Some might know it as Katherine Gorge National Park, spans more than 292,000 hectares. The landscape is a little different to that of Kakadu National Park, but is still green and luscious. The name Nitmiluk actually means โ€˜Cicada Placeโ€™, named by the Jawoyn people who are the traditional custodians of the park. When Jenna started researching things to see from Darwin, Katherine was up there on her list of… Read More

Are you someone who loves adventure, getting up close and person with the wildlife (including crocs) not to mention jumping on a floatplane, airboat and helicopter! ย Then, this is the tour for you! A visit to Darwin is not complete without experiencing the Ultimate Tour from Outback Floatplane Adventures!! If I had to sum up day two in one word, it would be UNFORGETTABLE!!! The highlights: Spectacular floatplane flight with aquatic landing… Read More

Thinking about visiting the Northern Territory? ย Wondering what there is to see and do? When most people think about the Northern Territory, their minds automatically go to Ayers Rock. ย However, I can assure you there is plenty to see and do in the Top End of the Territory. For those who don’t know the Top Endย The Top End includes Darwin, Katherine, Kakadu and Arnhem Land. We spent 4 full days in Darwin… Read More