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Outback Adventure: Epic Trip from Melbourne to Darwin (or v.v) for 18 to 39 year olds

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21 Days
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US$ 2,838

Travel from Sydney via Thredbo Alpine Village and the Nation's Capital, Canberra, then through Melbourne. Sweep along the Great Ocean Road to Grampians National Park and on to south coast of Adelaide. After a day to explore you're off again through the heart of Australia, the Red Centre.


This allover tour through the heart of Australia lets you see it all. Cultured capitals, breathtaking wilderness, wildlife-rich national parks and the jaw-dropping vastness of the Australian outback all await you on this 22 day trip between Sydney and Darwin, designed specifically for 18 to 39 year olds.

Head from Sydney to Canberra and enjoy the sights of Australia’s capital, such as Parliament House and the Australian War Memorial. Stay overnight in the Snowy Mountains, with a morning trip up Mt Kosciusko, Australia’s highest peak. Stop off in the Gippsland Lakes district on your way to Melbourne. Australia’s cultural capital is a bustling, European style city, packed with funky, offbeat bars, Australia’s best shopping and coffee culture, and street art that is often compared to New York or Berlin.

A trip along the Great Ocean Road takes you past such landmarks as the Twelve Apostles, Loch Ard Gorge and London Arch, all formed by erosion from the wild Southern Ocean. Further inland, stop in at Brambuk Aboriginal Culture Centre to learn about indigenous life in this region. Then drive through picturesque hill and wine country to Australia’s ‘Festival City’, Adelaide.

The Flinders Ranges are your gateway to the Australian outback. A hike here will work up an appetite for a hearty pub meal and drinks with locals. You can even try some kangaroo. Known as ‘The Opal Capital of the World’, Coober Pedy is your first desert stop. Head underground to tour a working opal mine and museum, before departing for the Northern Territory.

KingsCanyon is home to some of the outback’s most spectacular walks and views. Sleep under the stars here, before continuing on to Uluru, Australia’s most iconic monolith. Sunset at ‘the Rock’ is a sight that will stay with you forever. You’ll also visit another sacred site, Kata Tjuta (the Olgas), as well as the nearby Cultural Centre to learn more about the region.

Take a full day to explore Alice Springs and get a real taste of life in the outback. Visit the Royal Flying Doctor Base, School of the Air, or the historic Telegraph Station. An early morning start takes you to Tennant Creek and the famous Devils Marbles. Then continue north to Katherine Gorge, a series of 13 sandstone gorges filled with spectacular waterfalls and diverse wildlife.

Continue on to Darwin, your ideal base for a visit to Litchfield National Park, and a wildlife cruise along the Mary River. Finally, spend a day at Kakadu National Park, home to Aboriginal artwork and over 550 species of animals.


 

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Duration
21 Days
Prices From:
US$ 2,838

Itinerary

Day 1

Melbourne to Port Campbell (Great Ocean Road)

Welcome to your Topdeck trip -- meet your travel buddies and hit the road. If you've ever seen a car commercial, chances are you've seen the Great Ocean Road. With mere metres between road and water, hairpin bends and epic views out every window - today you'll join the list of five million people to do this road-of-passage each year. Before putting rubber on the Great Ocean Road, you'll spot koalas in the wild and lunch in a seaside village. This afternoon is all about the Twelve Apostles, aka the Stonehenge of Australia. Tonight chill out and get to know who you're travelling with.

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Duration1 Night
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Port Campbell Hostel

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    Welcome to the Port Campbell Hostel, a backpacker hostel on Victoria's famous Great Ocean Road. This hostel offers exceptionally well valued accommodation for backpackers and budget travellers wanting to stay in the heart of the Port Campbell National Park, home of what are arguably the ...

    Welcome to the Port Campbell Hostel, a backpacker hostel on Victoria's famous Great Ocean Road. This hostel offers exceptionally well valued accommodation for backpackers and budget travellers wanting to stay in the heart of the Port Campbell National Park, home of what are arguably the most photographed coastal attractions in Australia such as the London Bridge, Loch Ard Gorge and the iconic Twelve Apostles.

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Day 2

Port Campbell to Grampians

From one natural wonder to another, you'll explore the 167,000 hectares of The Grampians -- a mecca for hikers and rock climbers. More than just a place to get geology goosebumps, you'll be standing on sacred ground, with 80% of Victoria's Aboriginal rock art on show. Meet the traditional land owners, whose ancestors were scratching and dabbing their Dreamtime stories onto rock long before the Pyramids of Egypt were conceived. Then, paint your own story onto a boomerang. Dinner with the crew tonight.

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Duration1 Night
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The Grampians Motel

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    The Grampians Motel



    Being only minutes walking distance from Halls Gap, the village at the heart of the Grampians National Park, The Grampians Motel is a magnificent Motel and Restaurant set on 12 acres of parkland with kangaroos, emus, deer and a large variety of birds at your ...

    Being only minutes walking distance from Halls Gap, the village at the heart of the Grampians National Park, The Grampians Motel is a magnificent Motel and Restaurant set on 12 acres of parkland with kangaroos, emus, deer and a large variety of birds at your front door. Take in the uninterrupted, breathtaking views of The Pinnacle Mountain Range and The Mount William Range.

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Day 3

Grampians to Mt Gambier

Next up: McKenzie Falls, the largest waterfall in Victoria. It's no Niagara, but flowing water is guaranteed year-round -- a rare promise in a country that's 40% desert. Then, the Northern Grampians for one last panorama shot where #natureporn trends with views to Mt Williams, the highest peak in the park and third-highest mountain in Victoria. Tonight, after a walking tour, get a slice of history as you get some shut eye in Old Mt. Gambier Gaol.

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Duration1 Night
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The Old Mount Gambier Gaol

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    The Old Mount Gambier Gaol



    Located halfway between Melbourne and Adelaide, it makes financial sense to many touring bands to stop in at the Gaol whilst travelling to either location. It offers a unique hotel accommodation for travellers and groups. The rooms are all originally ex-prison cells, warden's offices or ...

    Located halfway between Melbourne and Adelaide, it makes financial sense to many touring bands to stop in at the Gaol whilst travelling to either location. It offers a unique hotel accommodation for travellers and groups. The rooms are all originally ex-prison cells, warden's offices or residences. It provides accommodation to a constant stream of grey nomads, families, individual travellers, internationals and corporates seeking a comfy bed in a setting like no other.

    Facilities

    • Bar/Lounge
    • Barbeque Facilities
    • Courtyard
    • Fireplace
    • Free WiFi
    • Kitchen Facilities
    • Non-Smoking Rooms
    • Parking
    • Shared Bathroom facilities
    • Tennis Court

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Day 4

Mt Gambier to Adelaide

Stroll through the Valley Lake conservation area and learn about the pre-human flora and fauna existence. Snap madly away on the camera as you spot a Skippy -- hot tip: don't go to hug one. Before kicking on to Adelaide, check out the Blue Lake (depending on what time of the year you visit, the lake changes colour) and the Umpherston Sinkhole. Because no South Australian voyage is complete without wine, get to concoct your own potion as you stop at Wynn's Coonawarra vineyard. Chin chin!

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Duration2 Nights
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Adelaide Central YHA

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    Adelaide Central YHA is close to city markets, museums, art galleries and all major city attractions. Tour, travel and hostel booking service available from YHA Travel. Adelaide Central YHA is the highest standard backpacker hostel in the city of Adelaide.

    Adelaide Central YHA is close to city markets, museums, art galleries and all major city attractions. Tour, travel and hostel booking service available from YHA Travel. Adelaide Central YHA is the highest standard backpacker hostel in the city of Adelaide.

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Day 5

Adelaide

You've made it to one of the world's coolest cities (according to Lonely Planet). Today's a free day for the adventurous to head out to spot seals, kangaroos and penguins on Australia's answer to the Galapagos: Kangaroo Island. Learn about some of the 46 endemic species. Spend the day slurping noodles in the Adelaide Central Market, or take a tram to the seaside village of Glenelg.

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Day 6

Adelaide to Flinders Ranges

There are more wineries around here than flies on a sheep. On your way to the Clare Valley, stop at the Barossa Reservoir Whispering Wall - there's a time and a place for confessions. This isn't it. There is a classic Aussie pub at the end of the road today.

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Duration1 Night
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Prairie Hotel Parachilna

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    Prairie Hotel Parachilna



    The Prairie Hotel is an oasis on the cusp of the rugged Flinders Ranges east-side, and desert plains west-side, sweeping toward Lake Torrens. Step into a haven of character, charm, creature comforts, country hospitality and great food. The hotel's guests can experience on-site latest leisure ...

    The Prairie Hotel is an oasis on the cusp of the rugged Flinders Ranges east-side, and desert plains west-side, sweeping toward Lake Torrens. Step into a haven of character, charm, creature comforts, country hospitality and great food. The hotel's guests can experience on-site latest leisure and sports facilities such as an outdoor pool. The hotel provides a warm and welcoming service.

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    • Bar(s)
    • Barbeques (BBQ)
    • Conference Facilities
    • Restaurant(s)

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Day 7

Flinders Ranges

Flinders Ranges National Park is a spoiled brat, it has everything. From mountains to gorges and creeks to rivers, you're lucky you get to play in it today. Take a hike to Wilpena Pound - a natural amphitheatre about three times the size of Uluru. Then to rock art site Arkaroo Rock.

Meal Plan Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Duration1 Night
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Austral Inn Hotel

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    The Austral Inn Hotel is ideally located in the middle of the Flinders Ranges, at Quorn. Visitors enjoy a clean, relaxing place to rest while they use Quorn as a base to experience the beauty of the Southern and Northern Flinders. The Austral offers great ...

    The Austral Inn Hotel is ideally located in the middle of the Flinders Ranges, at Quorn. Visitors enjoy a clean, relaxing place to rest while they use Quorn as a base to experience the beauty of the Southern and Northern Flinders. The Austral offers great meals, good South Australian wines and cold beers.

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    • Restaurant
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Day 8

Flinders Ranges to Coober Pedy

Destination: Coober Pedy. Where locals live in homes carved deep underground to escape the heat. Along with these subterranean houses, this place is known for another little gem. Opals. 75% of the world's opals come from here. You'll take a mine and town tour to check it all out. Then: time to meet the orphans of the kangaroo world and learn more about how abandoned joeys are nurtured back into the wild.

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Duration1 Night
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Umoona Opal Mine

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    Umoona Opal Mine



    Located in the Australian Outback, 846 km north of Adelaide along the Stuart Highway to Alice Springs, lies a town fascinating enough to draw visitors from all over the world. It has been described as looking much like the surface of the moon -- dotted ...

    Located in the Australian Outback, 846 km north of Adelaide along the Stuart Highway to Alice Springs, lies a town fascinating enough to draw visitors from all over the world. It has been described as looking much like the surface of the moon -- dotted with mine shafts and mullock heaps from 8 decades of mining. The opal mining town of Coober Pedy (Kupa piti -- an aboriginal expression meaning something like "white man's hole in the ground") is a name synonymous with Australia's national gem, and offers a truly unique tourism experience for visitors to this remote outback area.

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    • Bunkhouse
    • Communal Showers
    • Kitchen
    • Lounge

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Day 9

Coober Pedy to Alice Springs

It's time to cross the gemstone littered and soft grounds of the Moon Plain up the middle of Australia. Then, check out the world's longest Dingo Fence (good thing there's a gate) and truck on past some very remote roadhouses before crossing the border into the Northern Territory. That resort pool is just what the doctor ordered.

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Duration1 Night
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Ibis Styles Alice Springs Oasis

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    Ibis Styles Alice Springs Oasis



    Ibis Styles Alice Springs Oasis is a great place to stay whether the stay is leisure or business related. The hotel is just a few minutes' walk from the Alice Springs town centre where you can explore the attractions of Alice Springs. The hotel includes ...

    Ibis Styles Alice Springs Oasis is a great place to stay whether the stay is leisure or business related. The hotel is just a few minutes' walk from the Alice Springs town centre where you can explore the attractions of Alice Springs. The hotel includes 102 rooms which vary in sizes all equipped with the essentials.

    Facilities

    • Bar(s)
    • Barbeques (BBQ)
    • Concierge
    • Internet Access
    • Laundry facilities
    • Parking
    • Pool (s)
    • Restaurant(s)
    • Sauna
    • Spa

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Day 10

Alice Springs to Uluru

You're hitting the red ground running as you pull into Yulara. It's off to the breathtaking Uluru in the afternoon for a guided tour, and a glass of bubbles as the glow of sunset morphs through 50 shades of red. Tonight, hone your Aussie BBQ skills and cook your own steak (or veggie burger). Welcome to the outback, mate.

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Duration2 Nights
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Outback Pioneer Hotel

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    Outback Pioneer Hotel



    If you are looking for traditional Aussie hospitality, you will find it at the Outback Pioneer Hotel. Taste Australia's pioneering past, as you enjoy a beer at the do-it-yourself Outback BBQ. Swap stories of your day's adventures, or sing along with the nightly entertainment. Alternatively, ...

    If you are looking for traditional Aussie hospitality, you will find it at the Outback Pioneer Hotel. Taste Australia's pioneering past, as you enjoy a beer at the do-it-yourself Outback BBQ. Swap stories of your day's adventures, or sing along with the nightly entertainment. Alternatively, opt for the peace and quiet of the Bough House Restaurant over a buffet dinner. Combined with all the luxuries of the Resort, the Outback Pioneer Hotel is ideal for both couples and families who want to enjoy all that Ayers Rock (Uluru) has to offer.

    With over 65 tours, local activities and attractions within the Resort and the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, your days will be action-packed. Ride a camel across the dunes, hop on a Harley, or embark on a base walk of Uluru (Ayers Rock).

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    • Complimentary WI-FI
    • Internet Access
    • Laundry/Dry Cleaning Service
    • Parking
    • Reception (24 hrs)

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Day 11

Uluru

Start your day with a big bowl of 'oh my god' thanks to a breathtaking sunrise back at Uluru. Follow in the footsteps of the traditional owners of this sacred World Heritage site with a full base walk, where you can escape the crowds and check out hidden waterholes. Keep watch for wedge-tailed eagles, spinifex hopping mice and thorny devils. Or, splurge on a Harley ride or scenic flight and soar over the rock. Later, join an optional meditative dot painting class in the Aboriginal Art Markets and give yourself a free astrology lesson, stargazing at the endless Southern night sky.

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Day 12

Uluru to Kings Canyon

Get ready for some soul searching as you venture into the heart of sacred Kata-Tjuta (The Olgas) and walk amongst the 36 red sandstone giants through the Valley of the Winds. After a Dreamtime archeology lesson, and a drive into Watarrka National Park, live the life of a jolly swagman as you sleep under the stars in custom swags. Cue campfire stories and marshmallows tonight.

*Please be aware that in winter months (May-Sept), nighttime temperatures can drop to near 0 degrees, warmer clothing will be required for the night sleeping in the swag.

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Duration1 Night
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Kings Creek Station

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    Kings Creek Station



    Kings Creek Station is a working cattle/camel station with facilities for camping, accommodation and an opportunity to experience the outback either by quad (4 wheel motorbike), helicopter or camel.

    Kings Creek Station is a working cattle/camel station with facilities for camping, accommodation and an opportunity to experience the outback either by quad (4 wheel motorbike), helicopter or camel.

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    • Coffee/Tea Making Facilities
    • Communal Refrigerator
    • Kitchen
    • Outdoor Pool
    • Shower Facilities

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Day 13

Kings Canyon to Alice Springs

If you would walk 500 miles (steps), then you'll make it through the toughest part of the Rim Walk - Heart Attack Hill. The Kings Canyon Rim Walk is the real deal and the most famous canyon in Oz. Think age-old cycads, eroded dome shapes, a visit to The Lost City - and that's not even the best part. The sheltered valley and waterhole of the Garden of Eden makes today bloody bonza (translation: awesome).

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Duration2 Nights
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Ibis Styles Alice Springs Oasis

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    Ibis Styles Alice Springs Oasis



    Ibis Styles Alice Springs Oasis is a great place to stay whether the stay is leisure or business related. The hotel is just a few minutes' walk from the Alice Springs town centre where you can explore the attractions of Alice Springs. The hotel includes ...

    Ibis Styles Alice Springs Oasis is a great place to stay whether the stay is leisure or business related. The hotel is just a few minutes' walk from the Alice Springs town centre where you can explore the attractions of Alice Springs. The hotel includes 102 rooms which vary in sizes all equipped with the essentials.

    Facilities

    • Bar(s)
    • Barbeques (BBQ)
    • Concierge
    • Internet Access
    • Laundry facilities
    • Parking
    • Pool (s)
    • Restaurant(s)
    • Sauna
    • Spa

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Day 14

Alice Springs

Wake up. Rub eyes. Climb into a hot air balloon. Just saying, it's an option...and an amazing start to the day. Back to earth venture on an excursion out amongst the Western MacDonnell Ranges. Stops include the peaceful Simpsons Gap and the impressive Standley Chasm. It's back to Alice Springs to grab a late lunch and explore the town centre. This afternoon, have a wander. There are local Aboriginal art galleries to check out, the Desert Park Gardens to explore and the Reptile Centre to get creeped out in. Book in the optional late afternoon Kangaroo Sanctuary tour for sunset.

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Day 15

Alice Springs to Darwin

Today, take to the skies, bound for Darwin where you'll meet up with your new NT crew.

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Duration2 Nights
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Melaleuca On Mitchell

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    This locally owned and operated hostel is perfectly suited to all backpackers. Melaleuca On Mitchell is located in Darwin's city centre, in the heart of the tourist precinct with pubs, clubs, restaurants and shopping all at its doorstep. The hostel has rooms to suite all ...

    This locally owned and operated hostel is perfectly suited to all backpackers. Melaleuca On Mitchell is located in Darwin's city centre, in the heart of the tourist precinct with pubs, clubs, restaurants and shopping all at its doorstep. The hostel has rooms to suite all needs, with dorms or private rooms available with and without an en-suite and a maximum of 6 people per room.

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    • Bar(s)
    • Games Room
    • Nightclub/Disco
    • Pool (s)
    • Spa
    • Volleyball

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Day 16

Darwin

A free day in Darwin. What to do? There's Mindil Beach for chilling on, a fair few food markets to feast at and plenty of shops for a spot of souvenir shopping. Tonight you could hit the lively waterfront.

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Day 17

Darwin to Kakadu

Inside the 20,000 square kilometre park, you'll head to the village of Jabiru and check out the Bowali Visitors Centre. Fancy getting high and mighty? You could take an optional scenic flight over the Escarpment that borders Kakadu and Arnhemland. For the next two nights, you'll be calling the UNESCO World Heritage Listed Kakadu National Park home. Expect phenomenal wildlife, like-worthy scenery and of course local Indigenous culture. Tonight, get to know your coach mates over a BBQ.

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Duration2 Nights
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Aurora Kakadu

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    Aurora Kakadu



    Aurora Kakadu situated in the Kakadu National Park is the perfect base to visit one of the world's finest wildlife reserves. Set amidst 10 hectares of lush bush land, Aurora Kakadu offers tropical gardens, manicured lawns and abundant relaxation areas. The facilities include the Wetlands ...

    Aurora Kakadu situated in the Kakadu National Park is the perfect base to visit one of the world's finest wildlife reserves. Set amidst 10 hectares of lush bush land, Aurora Kakadu offers tropical gardens, manicured lawns and abundant relaxation areas. The facilities include the Wetlands Restaurant, a bar and cafe. The resort also has a fuel outlet, gift shop, pool, spa, tennis court, and laundry and ironing facilities for guests.

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    • Bar(s)
    • Barbeques (BBQ)
    • Conference Facilities
    • Golf
    • Laundry facilities
    • Parking
    • Pool (s)
    • Restaurant(s)
    • Spa(Hot-tub)/Jacuzzi
    • Tennis
    • Wheelchair Accessible Rooms

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Day 18

Kakadu National Park

Aboriginal Rock Art sites are high on the list for today, as your Kakadu National Park exploring continues. This morning, venture to Nourlangie Rock to spot some of the most famous Australian Indigenous art works. Then, swap artwork for alligators on an East Alligator River cruise in Arnhemland. Naturally. Stepping into Arnhemland and getting a look into the Aboriginal lifestyles is a real privilege (you've been given special permission to enter this part of Arnhemland). Try your hand at spear throwing while you're there. Then you'll see some ancient Aboriginal rock art at Ubirr before climbing to the top of a rocky lookout for beautiful views over the Nardab floodplain. Enjoy the sunset before heading back to your lodge.

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Day 19

Kakadu National Park to Katherine

Check out the southern parts of Kakadu this morning. Grab some picnic bits and head to one of the NT's best al fresco lunch spots. Explore the magical Edith Falls and have a dip in one of the world's most idyllic natural pools. Cooled off and refreshed, you are on the road again and headed for Katherine. As the day draws to a close, round it out with an evening game of lawn bowls and a BBQ with some locals at the nearby Country Club.

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Duration1 Night
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Ibis Styles Katherine

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    Ibis Styles Katherine



    With 10 acres of lush tropical gardens, the Ibis Styles Katherine makes the perfect base for a busy day of activities. The hotel is in close proximity to all of the main attractions in the area. The property offers 100 comfortable and welcoming rooms.

    With 10 acres of lush tropical gardens, the Ibis Styles Katherine makes the perfect base for a busy day of activities. The hotel is in close proximity to all of the main attractions in the area. The property offers 100 comfortable and welcoming rooms.

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    • Bar(s)
    • Games Room
    • Internet Access
    • Pool (s)
    • Restaurant(s)
    • Tennis

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Day 20

Katherine Gorge to Litchfield National Park

Katherine Gorge is well known as a superb canoeing spot, so that's exactly what is lined up. Surprise! With its dramatic cliffs plunging down to the pandanus-lined Katherine River, the gorge is all yours to explore. Paddling not your game -- then you may wish to upgrade to an optional 3 gorge cruise (seasonal) to venture even further. Get back on the famous Stuart Highway heading for Batchelor, the gateway to the stunning Litchfield National Park.

*Wet season itineraries Nov-May: Canoeing in the Katherine Gorge will be replaced with a Katherine Gorge Scenic Boat Cruise included in trip price.

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Litchfield Motel

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    Litchfield Motel



    Litchfield Motel (Previously known as Batchelor Resort) is set in natural bushland on 35 acres and is located 100kms from Darwin, the closest motel to the beautiful Litchfield National Park. Facilities include 2 swimming pools, 18 hole mini golf course, bars, bistro, a la carte ...

    Litchfield Motel (Previously known as Batchelor Resort) is set in natural bushland on 35 acres and is located 100kms from Darwin, the closest motel to the beautiful Litchfield National Park. Facilities include 2 swimming pools, 18 hole mini golf course, bars, bistro, a la carte restaurant and native bird feeding. Accommodation consists of 22 rooms, 11 of which are located on the upper level.

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    • 24 Hour Reception
    • Barbeque Facilities
    • Convention facilities
    • Fax/Photocopying
    • Public phones
    • Restaurant
    • Swimming Pool

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Day 21

Litchfield National Park to Darwin

National Park, pools and a picnic are the order of the day. In Litchfield NP you'll see waterfalls, pockets of rainforest and beautiful pools. Check out giant termite mounds, Wangi Falls and slip into the natural pool of Florence Falls. Then, venture over to the Buley Rock Holes for another soaking. After lunch outdoors, you'll take on the short drive and last leg of your discovery back into the heart of Darwin.

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DEPARTURES:

2017: Apr 1, 29; May 27; Jun 24; Jul 22; Aug 19; Sep 16; Oct 14; Nov 11; Dec 9

2018: Jan 6; Feb 3; Mar 3, 31

PRICE INCLUDES:

  • 20 nights multi share accommodation in a mix of hotels, lodges and hostels
  • Depending on location, tours may also include accommodation in underground properties or sleeping in swags
  • Transportation in a modern, air conditioned vehicle with WIFI internet
  • Experienced driver/guide
  • Meals as indicated

PRICE EXCLUDES:

  • Travel insurance
  • International and domestic airfare & airfare taxes
  • Visa fees if applicable
  • Meals and beverages not mentioned
  • Gratuities
  • Items of a personal nature

TERMS AND CONDITIONS:

Prices are "from" per person based on twin/double share accommodation and for travel in low season. Seasonal surcharges and blackout dates may apply. Limited seat/spaces and all pricing is subject to change and availability. Rates for single or triple travellers are available on request - please inquire.

These tours available to guests between the ages of 18 – 39 years only

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