Classic Alice Springs
Stunning gorges, wild desert animals and a wacky bottomless boat race are some of the wonderful and weird sights in Alice Springs. Here are 10 places to visit and things to do in Alice Springs. Things to do in Alice Springs 1- Mereenie Loop Road“Lift Um Foot” and ”Puttum Back Down” are...
swimming with crocodiles
Have you ever wondered what it's like to jump into the water and go swimming with crocodiles? There are around 140,000 saltwater crocodiles in Australia and 80,000 of them are in the Northern Territory.There are some enticing waterholes in the Northern Territory but I wouldn't recommend swimming in a...
Darwin's evolution
Darwin is re-inventing itself as a tropical city with a cool vibe. It's also the gateway to the fascinating Tiwi Islands. DarwinMost Australians think of Darwin as a colourful and relaxed tropical city. But few realise how modern the city actually is. A pedestrian bridge connects the Darwin Waterfront precinct...
yellow water cruises 7
We were in Darwin to catch up with Tony's old friend John Ostara of IndoPacific Marine Education Discovery Centre. Tony planned to also do a local dive with John. Yes, you are right, no-one in their right mind dives in Darwin, there isn't even a local dive shop. Crocs...
I'm always slightly apprehensive in the weeks leading up to a media famil and departing for the Kakadu National Park Walking Adventure in the Northern Territory was no exception.I'm comfortable camping out, sitting around a campfire, trekking and swimming in pristine waterholes but I'm not sure about some of...
northern territory tourism
The waters of Australia’s Northern Territory are abundant with sport fish and reef fish such as giant trevally, red emperor and Spanish mackerel but it’s the barramundi fishing that is a magnet for serious anglers. In the Northern Territory, you’ll find barramundi lurking in tidal rivers, estuaries and freshwater billabongs....


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12 Things to do in Port Macquarie

For a NSW holiday mecca which built its reputation on surf, sun and sand, Port Macquarie, a four to five-hour drive north of Sydney,...