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5 Day 'Family Convoy'

Posted on 31 August, 2022 in Arnhem Land, Birdwatching, Culture, Environment, Hiking, Kakadu, Katherine, Litchfield, Rock Art, Top End Locations, Tours, Waterfalls, Wildlife, family, kids

Experiences & knowledge that will last a lifetime!! Our 5-day family convoy tour is the perfect Top End holiday, tailored toward specific family requests and interests. This ultimate 5-day shared group itinerary is designed to stimulate and educate the kids while keeping the parents in mind!


Enjoy the luxury of passing the responsibility over to one of our highly experienced tour guides who will sort all meals, accommodation and activities while helping share the load of entertaining the kids! With the availability to cater to several family groups, join like-minded adventurers and create memories and experiences that will last forever.

Swim in the crystal clear water below Florence Falls and relax in your own natural rock pool at Buley’s Rockhole. Two of the most famous in Litchfield National Park. Explore the majestic Katherine Gorge at your own pace by canoe and experience the natural beauty of Nitmiluk National Park Then, be taken off the beaten track to World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park – a natural playground. In Arnhem Land, meet local Indigenous artists and discover ancient x-ray art dating back over 20,000 years.

Some of the highlights of our 5 Day Family Convoy include;

Litchfield National Park

Buley Rockhole This chain of pristine rock pools linked by cascades is a fantastic place to relax. Take your pick of the rock pools and enjoy the cooling waters.


Florence Falls The height of these falls is monumental, so expect to take a few stairs to reach the bottom pool. Here, take a swim in the crystal clear pool at the base of the falls—a true oasis in the outback.

Magnetic Termite Mounds These gigantic termite mounds stand up to 2m tall and can be up to 100 years old. These ‘tombstone’ like structures make the area look eerily like a giant cemetery.

Katherine & Nitmiluk National Park

Katherine Gorge Explore the pristine wilderness of Katherine Gorge by a scenic boat journey boat before taking to the water in canoes.


Edith Falls The sandstone and riverine communities of Edith Falls provide a habitat for a diverse range of flora and fauna. Great photography and swimming opportunities here.

Kakadu National Park

Moline Rockhole A particular permit area in which only a few select operators have access, guaranteeing minimal crowds. The small waterfall and waterhole below the falls offer a great place to cool down, snorkel and explore the underwater home to various species, including fish and turtle.

Barramundi Gorge (also known as Maguk) Take a scenic 1km walk along the edge of Barramundi Creek before arriving at the base of the falls, where you have the opportunity to swim and snorkel in the large plunge pool below.

Yellow Water Billabong A 2-hour sunset cruise on this picturesque waterway will allow you to view a large variety of birdlife and saltwater crocodiles in their natural environment at this spectacular time of the day.


Kakadu Scenic Flight (optional add-in) Experience the breathtaking majesty of Australia’s largest national park by air. From this bird's eye vantage point, see the most spectacular side of Kakadu. Sandstone Plateaus, sheer escarpments, winding rivers and savanna forests.

Nourlangie Rock One of Kakadu's oldest Aboriginal occupation sights open to the public. Wander through shaded natural rock shelters to marvel at the World Heritage-listed ancient rock art.

Anbangbang Billabong This picturesque lily-fringed billabong is located near Nourlangie and is a popular spot with birdwatchers and nature lovers. A walk around the billabong is the best way to experience this site.

Mamukala Wetlands A bird lovers dream. An observation platform nestled into the paperbark provides a perfect way to view a large variety of bird species.

Arnhem Land

Cahill's Crossing Spot a croc or two at this infamous crossing where the East AlligatorRiver separates Kakadu from Arnhem Land.

Injalak Arts & Craft Centre An opportunity to meet and see traditional local artists in action.


Injalak Hill Tour A local Aboriginal guide will show you through an extensive display of x-ray style rock art at Injalak Hill. The view looking out across the floodplains and around the Arnhem Land escarpment is breathtaking.

Tour Inclusions;

  • Professional guide/driver
  • Luxury late-model Toyota Landcruiser 4WD vehicle
  • Purpose-built 4WD trailer and equipment.
  • All National Park permits and entry fees
  • Kids welcome pack (inc. NT spotto, NT colouring books, drink bottle)
  • Adults welcome pack (inc. destination info & drink bottle)
  • Accommodation (family share – up to 4 per room)
  • All activities (excluding scenic flight)
  • Snorkelling equipment
  • All Arnhem Land permits
  • Meals as per full itinerary

Please note the above itinerary is subject to change at late notice due to weather conditions, COVID and cultural reasons.

For additional information, tour dates and prices, don't hesitate to get in touch with Venture North by email

We look forward to touring with you!