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Northern Territory

The Northern Territory is home to some of Australia’s most iconic yet remote landmarks. From the red desert of Uluru, to Kings Canyon’s rugged cliffs, Kakadu National Park and the white sand beaches of secluded Arnhem Land, discover some of the world’s most ancient landscapes. You’re also invited to observe the cultural practices of traditional landowners in this uniquely beautiful destination.

Ayers Rock or Uluru Field of Light, Northern Territory

Field of Light

Spend an unforgettable night in the Australian outback at the Field of Light display, where you’ll witness thousands of coloured lights illuminating the space around Uluru.
Uluru at dusk

Explore the Outback

The Australian Outback awaits. Visit Alice Spring's School of Air, hear Dreamtime stories at Uluru, admire Indigenous rock art and marvel at Arnhemland from the air.
Litchfield National Park, Northern Territory

Discover Lost Cities

At Litchfield’s National Park, board a 4WD and drive to The Lost City, a series of large sandstone outcrops which look like clusters of rock skyscrapers.

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Zodiac Arafura Swamp, Arnhem Land, Northern Territory

Responsible Tourism

Here at APT we understand we have a responsibility to our planet. We encourage responsible tourism by embracing sustainability goals across our journeys.

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Image of Bell Gorge waterfall, Kimberley

The Kimberley

Discover Australia’s last frontier, where fiery red landscapes and emerald flora are set off against cobalt skies. Explore secluded gorges that hide ancient Indigenous rock art, enjoy welcoming waterholes and get up close to the Bungle Bungle Range.
Explore the crystal clear waters of Great Barrier Reef.


Journey to the tip of Cape York through the Daintree Rainforest, or discover the pioneering spirit of Australia through outback Queensland. Along the coast, explore the Great Barrier Reef and stay on World Heritage-listed islands in the Whitsundays.
Inside the ruin of a church at Port Arthur, Tasmania


Uncover Tasmania's historical, cultural and natural attractions. From the ruins of Port Arthur to the bustling Salamanca Market and the untouched wilderness of Freycinet National Park, your journey to Apple Isle is sure to be unforgettable.