Northern Delight: Unlock the door to Australia's Top End
From Broome and the Kimberley to the Gulf Savannah and Cape York, the incredible diversity of Australia's Top End will blow your mind...
Boab trees in the Kimberley
Endemic to the harsh landscape of the Kimberley, boab trees (also known as baobab) are instantly recognisable for their distinctive bottle shape. Indigenous Australians used to obtain water from hollows in the tree, and used the white powder that fills the seed pods as a food source.
Where the rainforest meets the sea, Cape York is a wild and sparsely populated wilderness area with much to offer to visitors. The dusty dirt roads contrast dramatically with the abundant river systems, crystal clear creeks and spectacular waterfalls.
Hidden within the beautiful Litchfield National Park, Tjaynera Falls is like a private plunge pool where you can escape the heat of the day. Camping and shower facilities are available nearby. Tjaynera Falls is approximately 90km from Darwin as the crow flies.
An area of astounding natural beauty, Cape Tribulation boasts some of the most pristine beaches, rivers and mountains in the whole of Australia. With dense tropical rainforest at your back and the spectacular Great Barrier Reef spread out before you, Cape Tribulation, is the untouched paradise travellers dream of.
The Bungle Bungle Range within Purnululu National Park, a world heritage listed site, is a distinctive natural formation known for its beehive-shaped sandstone domes. The combined effects of wind from the Tanami Desert and rainfall over millions of years have shaped the domes.
Kakadu National Park
An oasis of contrasts, Kakadu National Park is known for its towering escarpments, lush rainforest, jagged peaks, stunning lookouts, calm swimming holes and roaring waterfalls. Covering an area of over 20,000 square km, the park is a truly magical once-in-a-lifetime experience.
One of the oldest forests on earth, the Daintree is a spectacular world heritage listed area home to an abundance of wildlife. The sparkling Mossman River tumbles its way over and around the huge granite boulders framing the gorge, creating cool clear freshwater swimming holes.
Broome’s exquisite Cable Beach is arguably one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Stretching for 22km, its white sands fringe the dazzling turquoise water of the Indian Ocean. Washed clean every day by tides that can reach over 9 metres, Cable Beach provides the ideal safe environment for swimming and relaxation.