Travel from Darwin following the Adelaide River and its surrounding floodplains.

Enjoy the exclusive viewpoint of the network of river systems including Mary River, lush wetlands and tropical landscape surrounding Darwin and Kakadu National Park.

Orbit over the Jim Jim & Twin Falls offering spectacular aerial views of the waterfalls descending over the Arnhem Land escarpment.

The scenic flight leaves from Alice Springs travelling over the city and Simpsons Gap, along the West MacDonnell Ranges which stretches for 161 kilometres west of Alice Springs.

Embracing the ancient landscape sculpted over time by climatic elements and vibrant colours onto the Mount Gillen ridgeline & spectacular Ormiston Gorge viewing the magnificent scenery and changing landscape.

The spectacular views and landmarks are not to be missed of the first cattle station in central Australia, the Owen Springs Homestead ruin and the Ghan Railway line.

Flying with Chartair in a Cessna 210 Centurion, a single-engine aircraft with large windows and high wings, to ensure maximum visibility and comfort throughout the scenic flight. Min 1 – Max 4 passengers*

Fly over Nitmiluk National Park giving you an aerial view of the beautiful series of gorges on the Katherine River and the extensive Arnhem Land plateau, including Edith Falls.

The National Park covers a vast area of escarpment country with the gorges carved into the ancient sandstone country. The Katherine Gorge is carved by the Katherine River and has thirteen separate gorges with lots of waterfalls and rapids which floods and rises in the Kakadu National Park.

Enjoy the beautiful views and great photo opportunities along the way.

The scenic flight from Darwin offers spectacular views over the Timor Sea, Darwin Harbour and along the shoreline outlining the historical landmarks, Navy Base and the CBD.

Travel down the top end cost line with views of Adam Bay, Howard Channel, Vernon Islands and potentially get a glimpse of Tiwi Islands, viewing the tidal flows, mangrove systems, and when low tide you see the coral reefs.

Flying over the famous Adelaide River, surrounded by the floodplains whilst looking for the famous saltwater crocodile from the air.

Kakadu Cultural Tours are owned and operated by Djabulukgu Association representing the Traditional Owners of Northern Kakadu and parts of Western Arnhem Land. We specialise in Aboriginal cultural & nature based cruises, tours & wilderness lodge accommodation in this World Heritage Area. Guests travel in small groups by comfortable 4WD vehicles & boats, escorted by expert guides, predominantly Aboriginal, ensuring high standards of service & a unique cultural experience.

The Guluyambi Cultural Cruise is a unique boat tour on Kakadu’s scenically spectacular East Alligator River. Take in the wonderful pristine wilderness of this World Heritage landscape as you leisurely cruise up stream. An Aboriginal guide provides guests with an insight into their culture & local mythology, the river’s abundant food chain, traditional uses for many plants & animals as well as bush survival skills. Disembark on the Arnhem Land side of the river for a display of traditional hunting & gathering implements. Limited to just 25 guests, the Cruise ensures an intimate & personalised cultural experience.


Powered, un-powered sites, on-suite safari tents, budget beds in tents on the western edge of Litchfield National Park. We are the closest private campground and caravan park to all the attractions in the National Park, we have; Facilities for disabled,. shady grassed sites, gas and wood BBQs, above ground swimming pools, walking tracks, kiosk with basic food for guests to cook, brilliant bird life, native wildlife, controlled pets permitted.
Come and enjoy a natural, peaceful area away from the noise and worries of the world.

Discover the fascinating history of trade between the Yolngu and the Macassan traders from Indonesia – take Wurrwurrwuy (Garanhan) Macassan Beach Interpretive Walk.

The trailhead for the Wurrwurrwuy (Garanhan) Macassan Beach Interpretive Walk is a 35-minute drive from Nhulunbuy town centre, on the north-eastern tip of Arnhem Land.
Along the walk you will see the unique stone arrangements constructed over 100 years ago by the Yolngu elders to educate future generations about the history of the Macassan traders who visited the region from Indonesia in the early 1700s.
This fascinating walk gives an insight into the trade between the Yolngu and the Macassans that existed for several centuries when the Macassans would fish for the native trepang (a type of sea cucumber) from the North Australian waters. Trepang was considered a delicacy in their culture at the time.

Travellers must obtain a recreation permit from Dhimurru Aboriginal Corporation prior to visiting the area and there are a number of accommodation options in the nearby town of Nhulunbuy.

‘Winanjjikari’ in Warumungu language means – ‘Singing for Belonging’.

The Winanjjikari Music Centre offers a profound cultural exchange with authentic, traditional Aboriginal people. You’re welcome to come and see the daily life of the musicians, have a chat with them and even join in a song. Witness the gentle humour and the laconic nature of these deep-spirited people.

Hear live contemporary music performed by Aboriginal musicians. Their songs tell of stories of the land and the people, with songs sung in traditional languages and some in English.

Visit the recording studio, which is managed and operated by Aboriginal musicians, and see music production as it happens.

CD recordings of original music written by the Winanjjikari musicians are available for purchase.

Visit Warlukurlangu Art Centre to start your Warlukurlangu art collection of colourful acrylic paintings and prints purchased directly from the artists.

Located in Yuendumu near Alice Springs, Warlukurlangu is a fully Aboriginal-owned and governed art centre, which means that 100 per cent of the proceeds from all artwork sales go back to the artists and their community projects.

Artists working at the Warlukurlangu Art Centre are famous for their vibrant, colourful paintings, and fine limited-edition prints. Many of its members’ works are highly collectable.

The art centre is both a stronghold of traditional Warlpiri culture and an essential part of Yuendumu community life. Warlukurlangu means ‘belonging to fire’ in Warlpiri, and is named after a Fire Dreaming west of Yuendumu.

The Warlukurlangu art centre is located in Yuendumu, 300kms northwest of Alice Springs in the Northern Territory, Australia. Yuendumu is an Indigenous community of more than 1000 people who are predominantly Warlpiri-language speakers.

A permit is not required when visiting the art centre for the day. Please contact Warlukurlangu before embarking on a trip, as sometimes seasonal and cultural factors affect the art centre’s operations.

Tapatjatjaka Art and Craft is located in a small Aboriginal community, about 107 kilometres from Alice Springs. Inspired by their striking environment, characterised by red sand hills and desert oaks, the artists create colourful paintings and intriguing wire creations that include animal and bird representations. These inventive sculptures of wire, metal and discarded bits and pieces have been exhibited both nationally and Internationally.

A purpose built gallery is an exciting addition to the art centre precinct in 2007. Displays include the painted works of both emerging and well known artists. View ceramics, jewellery, prints and punu (wooded artefacts) handicrafted by the local Arrente, Luritja, Pitjanjatjara and Yunkunyatjara artists.

Visitors are welcome and no permit is required to visit Tapatjatjaka Arts.