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Kakadu National Park is a living cultural landscape, and ancient escarpment and stone country spans more than two billion years of geological history. It’s rivers and coastal floodplains are more dynamic environments, shaped by changing sea levels and big floods every tropical summer. The area is home to archaeological sites that record the skills and […]

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Kakadu and Uluru‐Kata Tjuta will open to visitors at the end of this week, as announced by Parks Australia. Director of National Parks, Dr James Findlay said due to COVID‐safe arrangements and infrastructure upgrades, some areas of the national parks will not be open to visitors during the initial re‐opening, but there will be plenty […]

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Indigenous Lirrwi Tourism is offering two new full-day adventures in East Arnhem Land in 2019. This is the perfect chance for visitors to the Northern Territory to be introduced to the Yolngu people, their homelands and their culture in one unforgettable day. Ideal for people working in region, or for those calling through Nhulunbuy (Gove) […]

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Kakadu’s longest-established tourism accommodation operator, Cooinda Lodge & Camping, is marking the 40th anniversary of Kakadu National Park by unveiling a complete refurbishment of its Lodge rooms as well as the launch in June of the new glamping village Dreaming@Home Billabong. Cooinda is in the heart of Kakadu National Park, and incorporates prime tourism attractions […]

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Kings Canyon Resort in the heart of Australia’s Red Centre will have a new look this cool season as plans are revealed for a new glamping product, allowing guests a first-hand experience of the sights and sounds of the magnificent outback canyon. Set to open on June 1, 2019, six new Australian homestead-style glamping tents […]

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A weekend away with the girls has never looked so good! If adventure is your style, mixed with some wine & dining, then the Top End of the Northern Territory is where you want to be. The Million Dollar Fish competition kicked off again in October 2018 for its fourth instalment, and with 5 chances […]

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Astronomy enthusiasts of all ages can discover the spectacular Australian outback sky at Ayers Rock Resort’s upcoming Uluru Astronomy Weekend on 14-16 September. Now in its fifth year, the popular event is run in partnership with the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for All Sky Astrophysics in 3 Dimensions (ASTRO 3D) and will be […]

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There is no place quite like Australia’s Northern Territory, and heading into rest of the year there is still a ton of iconic Aussie events on offer in this spellbinding country, from the tropical top end to the infamous red centre, you’ll want to tick a few of these events off your bucket list. Tourism […]

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Australia’s premier Indigenous food festival, A Taste of Kakadu, will be staged from 18 to 27 May 2018, serving up a menu of ancient cuisine with a modern twist. This year’s festival will see the region’s best Indigenous chefs showcasing their culinary creations at remarkable locations, all celebrating the traditional culture and breathtaking scenery of […]

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When you think of Northern Australia, you might mistake it for mostly vast, empty landscapes or tropical beaches and muggy weather. Yet there are so many more beautiful attractions to the northern half of the country that you need to know about now. Everything from precious jewels and freshwater springs, to exotic birds and breathtaking […]

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A Journey Through Kakadu is a stunning video that will showcase a unique part of the world. Minister for Tourism and Culture, Lauren Moss, said “for the first time, drones have been used to record footage from the 20,000 square kilometre National Park, giving viewers a bird’s eye view of the stunning locations throughout it.” From soaring […]

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