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The ‘Top End’ – Accommodation ranges from outback homesteads, to inner city resorts and five star hotels and with international standard restaurants, shopping malls, marinas, a beach-side casino and a range of local attractions you’re sure to be kept entertained for days. See traditional Aboriginal ceremonies and arts and crafts in Arnhem Land, Kakadu, Litchfield and on the Cobourg Peninsula.

Accommodation – Enjoy the comforts and pleasure of a private hotel with attentive and personalised service. Relax in private courtyards, shaded by lush tropical gardens featuring enticing swimming pools providing the perfect retreat. All styles of Top End accommodation are uniquely appointed with all modern facilities ranging from hotel, bed and breakfast to luxury five star resorts including outback stations and wilderness retreats.

Tours and Cruises – The Top End of Australia’s Northern Territory, one of the last remaining outback regions, is the place where you can fully experience the grandeur of nature at first hand, on a cruise, guided day or extended tour. Some tours can also be personalised to suit your own tastes and budget. Darwin, Katherine, Kakadu, Arnhemland and surrounds has much to offer.

Australia's Red Center

The ‘Red Centre’ – To do the region justice, you will need at least seven to ten days in Central Australia. Even if you can only spare three or four days to see the highlights you’ll have a fantastic time, but it will leave you wanting to come back. The Red Centre is full of diversity; in its natural forms, unique wildlife which thrives in the arid zone and the culture of its people.

Accommodation – The “Desert Heart” of Australia – the Red Centre takes in Alice Springs, Kings Canyon and Uluru (Ayers Rock). This area is steeped in aboriginal culture and the accommodation reflects the natural surroundings. Accommodation standards range from hotels, self-contained and luxury resorts to the exclusive wilderness resort of Longitude 131° nestled at the base of Ayers Rock.

Touring and Adventure – Indulge your tastebuds with aboriginal bush tucker, view the stars of the clear Southern night skies, hear the silence of the outback broken only by the sound of a didgeridoo, experience the smell of native shrubs and eucalyptus trees and feel the silence and isolation of the arid Red Centre. Personalised or group tours can be arranged to view Ayers Rock (Uluru), the Olgas (Kata Tjuta), Kings Canyon and the MacDonnell Ranges. For the overly adventurous take a chauffered Harley tour, scenic flight, camel ride or hot air balloon flight.