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$1957.67 Multi-day & Extended Tours

12-day Darwin to Cairns tour

Day 1 - We'll pick you up around 6am.  Our first stop is a wildlife cruise on Corroboree Billabong before entering Kakadu to explore the Aboriginal paintings at Ubirr. We will visit the Bowali Visitor Centre before setting up camp.Day 2 - Today we visit Jim Jim Falls and Twin Falls which involves a short cruise.  We then head stop at Yellow Water Billabong before setting up camp.Day 3 - This morning we will go to the historic town of Pine Creek.  Afterwards, we'll visit Katherine and Mataranka for a swim.  We will camp in Elsey National Park.Day 4 - This morning we stop at Roper Bar, wander the ruins of a historic police station and visit Lomarieum Lagoon.  Later on, we will stop at Nathan River Ranger Station and Information Centre in Limmen National Park.  Tonight, we will camp at Butterfly Gorge.Day 5 - Our first stop is the Southern Lost City, then on to Lorrella Springs, a true hidden gem where we will spend the next two nights camping and exploring. Day 6 - With almost a thousand kms of tracks on the property, we spend the daylight hours exploring Lorrella Springs, visiting swimming holes, aboriginal sites and viewpoints around the station. Day 7 - We stop at a remote outback town called Borroloola before moving onto Echo Gorge. Tonight, we’ll camp near the NT / QLD border.Day 8 - Our first stop is Hells Gates, we then cross Nicholson River where you’ll see the giant causeway.  We take station trails to Adels Grove and camp nearby for two nights.Day 9 - Today we spend the day in Boodjamulla (Lawn Hill) National Park.  We go to Lawn Hill Gorge for a swim, visit the upper gorge (Indarri Falls) and complete the Island Stack walk.  You’ll have plenty of opportunities to swim throughout the day.Day 10 - We make our way to Leichhardt Falls a wide-open set of falls on the Leichhardt River, before stopping in at camp 119, the last camp on the ill-fated Burke and Wills expedition.  We stop in Normanton to visit Krys Crocodile, a replica of the largest (8.63 metre) crocodile ever shot.  Later, we go to Lake Belmore near Croydon, an old gold rush town where we will spend the night. Day 11 - Today we’ll travel to Georgetown. On route we will stop at Cumberland’s chimney, a remanent from the gold rush days.  We’ll also stop at a large waterhole where you’ll have the opportunity to spot local birdlife.  We will then continue on to one of Australia’s best mineral Collections, the Ted Elliott Collection before moving on to Undara Lava tubes.  Here, you will be taken on a 2-hour guided tour of the tubes with a local guide.  We will camp at Undara. Day 12 - We head to the Kalkani Crater where you get great views of the surrounding volcanic regions.  We’ll then make our way into the tropical rainforest to Millaa Millaa Falls where we have a final swim before we arrive in Cairns around 6pm.  You’ll be dropped off at your accommodation in Cairns.

$834.13 Multi-day & Extended Tours

3-Day Kakadu and Arnhem Land Parks Camping Tour

Day 1: Pudakul 'Welcome to Country' and Arnhem Land (L,D)After meeting your group and leader this morning, leave Darwin and travel into Wulna Country, where you'll receive a Cul Cul ('Welcome to Country') by the traditional owners of the land, the Limilngan-Wulna people. Learn about their ancient culture as you enjoy bush tucker talks, didgeridoo demonstrations and basket weaving. Next stop is the border of Kakadu and Arnhem Land to experience the Guluyumbi cruise. Enjoy your Binninj guide explain to you the importance of the East Alligator River. After the cruise we will enter Arnhem Land and go to an art site called Mawurndaddja. This site allows you to see first hand the history and culture of this region. See artwork that is many thousands of years old. This site is unique in the Top End and you will have it all to youself. After a cool drink and some nibbles in Arnhem Land we will head to your overnight camp in Kakadu where the group will have dinner.Note: Total driving time is about six hours (approximately 350kms) Total walking time is approximately one and a half hours (including stops for informative talks) Day 2: Kakadu National Park (B,L,D)Early this morning after breakfast, travel by 4WD to the Twin Falls. Experience this spectacular gorge aboard a boat shuttle that’s operated by the national park, with a walk along the boardwalk afterwards. Unwind and relax on the sandy banks before heading to explore Jim Jim Falls. After a quick lunch break, take in the views of this natural wonder before taking a challenging walk to the base of the falls. Here you can choose to swim or relax on the beach, enjoying the spectacular scenery, before making the short drive to your overnight bush camp. Note: Total driving time is about four hours (approximately 120kms). Total walking time is approximately two and a half hours Day 3: Kakadu to Darwin (B,L)After breakfast, head to either Maguk (Barramundi Gorge) or Gunlom Falls and cool off with a dip in the plunge pools. Stop off at the Lazy Lizard Hotel and shop at Pine Creek before meeting your transfer driver for the trip back to Darwin (Approx. 2.5 hours) where your trip will end upon arrival. Please Note: During the Wet Season (April/May and September-March), your itinerary may vary slightly due to water levels and road accessibility. 

$1084.37 Outdoor Activities

Darwin to Kakadu, Litchfield National Parks 5-Day Camping Tour

Day 1: Pudakul 'Welcome to Country' and Arnhem Land (L,D)Travel into Wulna Country, where you'll receive a Cul Cul ('Welcome to Country') by the traditional owners of the land, the Limilngan-Wulna people. Learn about their ancient culture as you enjoy bush tucker talks, didgeridoo demonstrations and basket weaving. Next stop is the border of Kakadu and Arnhem Land to experience the Guluyumbi cruise. Your Binninj guide will explain the importance of the East Alligator River. Head to Mawurndaddja Rock Art site in Arnhem Land to see artwork thousands of years old. After a cool drink and some nibbles in Arnhem Land we will head to your overnight camp in Kakadu where the group will have dinner.Day 2: Kakadu National Park (B,L,D)Early this morning after breakfast, travel by 4WD to the Twin Falls. Experience this spectacular gorge aboard a boat shuttle that’s operated by the national park, with a walk along the boardwalk afterwards. Unwind and relax on the sandy banks before heading to explore Jim Jim Falls. After a quick lunch break, take in the views of this natural wonder before taking a challenging walk to the base of the falls. Here you can choose to swim or relax on the beach, enjoying the spectacular scenery, before making the short drive to your overnight bush camp. Day 3: Kakadu National Park to Nitmiluk National Park (B,L,D)After breakfast, head to either Maguk (Barramundi Gorge) or Gunlom Falls and cool off with a dip in the plunge pools. Stop off at the Lazy Lizard Hotel and shop at Pine Creek before heading further south after lunch. Travel to your overnight campsite on the doorstep of Nitmiluk National Park and have dinner with the group before relaxing in your tent for the night. Day 4: Nitmiluk National Park (B,L,D)Spend the morning at the magnificent Katherine Gorge in Nitmiluk National Park. Perhaps take a cruise along the gorge or rent a kayak and paddle downstream. These options are seasonal and at your own expense. In the afternoon, head off to Edith Falls where you can cool down with a refreshing swim in the huge rock pools. Continue on to the edge of Litchfield National Park. Settle down for the night in a snug camp and enjoy dinner with your group.Day 5: Litchfield National Park to Darwin (B,L)Once you’ve had breakfast, head into Litchfield National Park with Florence Falls, Wangi Falls and the refreshing waters of the Buley Rockholes. Enjoy a picnic lunch, stroll through steamy rainforests and cool off with a dip in one of Litchfield's swimming holes. In the afternoon, take the two-hour drive back to Darwin where your trip ends. Should any of the attractions of the standard itinerary not be open as a result of National Park decisions surrounding accessibility and safety, activities will be substituted.