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A Photography Tour from Darwin through the NT's Top End

A Photography Tour from Darwin through the NT's Top End

Posted on 21 December, 2018 in Photography, Kakadu, Arnhem Land, Cobourg

​In 2019 we are working with renowned photographer Alan Barker to bring you a special 6 day photography workshop. It's an opportunity for participants to hone their photography skills with one of the 'best in the business'. The workshop departs Darwin in late-September and travels through some of the best photographic locations the Top End has to offer, including; ​Kakadu National Park, ​Arnhem Land and the ​Cobourg Peninsula. At each location Alan will offer one-on-one tuition to all participants, while in the evenings post-processing sessions will be available...

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​7 Day Kimberley Tour from Kununurra to Darwin

​7 Day Kimberley Tour from Kununurra to Darwin

Posted on 04 December, 2018 in Kimberley, Tours

The Kimberley region of Western Australia is one of the world’s largest yet most uninhabited wilderness areas. It's an amazing place to tour, from it's rugged sandstone plateaus to it's picturesque waterfalls and hot-springs, there is something for everyone...

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Tours of Arnhem Land and the Cobourg Peninsula

Tours of Arnhem Land and the Cobourg Peninsula

Posted on 28 October, 2018 in Arnhem Land, Cobourg, Culture

Indigenous people have seen many strangers inhabit their land over thousands of years. As a result their cultural ways have changed a great deal. Today, the region of ​Arnhem Land is one place in Australia which hasn't seen as much change and many local people still practice their cultural traditions. One of the main reasons Arnhem Land is still such a cultural heart land is that you need permission to enter - it's Indigenous land and you can't enter unless you have a special permit (or you live there)...

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Things To Do In Darwin In The Wet Season

Things To Do In Darwin In The Wet Season

Posted on 18 October, 2018 in Darwin, Wet Season

Darwin is a great place to visit in the wet season if you are prepared for a bit of heat, humidity and some rain. This time of year is famous for it's epic lightning storms, pumping waterfalls, bulging rivers systems and lush, green National Parks. 'The Wet', as we Territorians call it, officially runs from the start of November to the end of April. In the wet season you'll see the Top End at the mercy of mother nature...

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Kakadu with a Toddler in Tow!

Kakadu with a Toddler in Tow!

Posted on 05 October, 2018 in Kakadu, kids, family

​Kakadu National Park is home to ancient rock art sites, spectacular waterfalls, gorges, amazing swimming holes, unique wildlife and a year-round tropical climate - surely a recipe for a great family holiday! We’ve shortlisted a few stops in the Park that should keep young children (as well as the grown ups) happy...

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