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Specialty Tours From Darwin

Specialty Tours From Darwin

Posted on 20 May, 2015 in Birdwatching, Culture, Fishing, Photography, Rock Art, Wildlife

With years of local knowledge and touring experience Venture North offer a range of specialty tours which are tailor-made for each specific enquiry. We work closely with you to design the perfect tour based on your field of interest, e.g. bird watching, Indigenous culture, geology, botany, photography, flora, fauna, bush walking, fishing, team building etc. Each tour is guided by a highly knowledgeable guide....

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Northern Territory Photography Tours

Northern Territory Photography Tours

Posted on 20 April, 2015 in Photography, Kakadu, Arnhem Land, Wet Season, Cobourg

The Northern Territory is home to some of the most spectacular photographic locations in Australia. On a Venture North expedition you can get off the tourist trail and photograph some stunning locations without the crowds. Each photography tour is tailor-made to the specific needs of the client...

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Kakadu Tours for Families

Kakadu Tours for Families

Posted on 13 April, 2015 in Kakadu, Top End Locations

During childhood we (Venture North owners) spent a lot of time on family holidays travelling the outback into locations such as Kakadu National Park. This has given us a firsthand understanding of the benefits and enjoyment a family can experience while touring together...

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Visiting Darwin In The Wet Season

Visiting Darwin In The Wet Season

Posted on 26 March, 2015 in Kakadu, Top End Locations, Wet Season, Wildlife, Birdwatching

The wet season officially begins each year at the start of November and finishes at the end of April - although the weather gods rarely follow any strict timeline! It's called a number of names including ‘the green season’, ‘the rainy season’ or simply 'the wet' by the locals...

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Northern Territory Bird Watching Tours

Northern Territory Bird Watching Tours

Posted on 16 February, 2015 in Birdwatching, Kakadu, Wildlife

With over one third of Australia’s bird species to be found in Arnhem Land and Kakadu alone, you rarely need little more than a one hour billabong cruise to capture the attention of even the most apathetic birder.

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