Finke River Cultural Tours is 100% aboriginal owned and operated. They offer an authentic Aboriginal Cultural experience, with local elders and members of Ntaria (Hermannsburg). Their tours and cultural experiences start in the beautiful historical community of Ntaria (Hermannsburg) known by locals as Ntaria.

The beautiful trail is seen along the drive from Alice Springs to Ntaria where you will also see the amazing greenery a touch of different from other parts of the Northern Territory. You may see the occasional kangaroos, lizards, wedge tailed eagles, dingos and many more.

Base yourself at Stuarts Well Roadhouse and explore Rainbow Valley, Henbury Meteorite Craters and Chambers Pillar- only 90km south of Alice Springs on the Stuart Highway.

Peter “Spud” Murphy and his family are the proud owners of Stuarts Well Roadhouse. With Spud’s experience of more than a decade in business, the roadhouse locals and visitors can be assured of quality service and classic, home-style cooked meals or tasty takeaways. The restaurant is licenced and has both indoor and outdoor seating.

Spud and his father built a similar business in Pimba in 1968 and operated it successfully for years. Spud has had adventures in road transport, mining and also worked for Pine Gap for 16 years.

Stuarts Well Roadhouse is here to provide a warm shower and a good meal in a friendly environment for truck drivers and leisure travellers alike. So call in, or stay a while and enjoy the best coffee on the highway!!

Providing clean and comfortable, cabin accommodation, simple budget accommodation, powered and unpowered sites, grassed campground area and even some free camping space.

Adelaide House is a two-storey structure with a timber frame, timber clad first floor and ground floor walls of stone. The ground floor is surrounded by a wide verandah. Of particular importance is the cellar which is part of a unique cooling system. Adelaide House was conceptually designed as a hostel by John Flynn (1880-1951), a Presbyterian minister who was founder and Superintendent of the Australian Inland Mission of the Presbyterian Church in Australia and acknowledged as a founder of the Royal Flying Doctor Service. A particularly favourable fund raising effort in the City of Adelaide in 1919 was commemorated in the hostel’s eventual name.

Darwin Barra and Crab is a locally owned and family operated company, specialising in small personalised fishing and crabbing tours.

Catering for beginners to the experienced, from families to mates, or for anyone who just wants a great day of fishing, they can organise a trip to your requirements.

No room to pack your own fishing gear, not a problem, Darwin Barra and Crab supply good quality fishing tackle and gear or your welcome to bring your own gear.

Top End Safari Camp provides bucket list outback adventures that tick all the boxes!
We offer both a day tour and an overnight tour, combining fantastic value for money with truly unique Top End activities. Situated in an exclusive location off the Finnis River system it showcases some of the best activities and experiences the Top End has to offer.
Experience the thrill of an airboat while spotting crocodiles, wildlife and birds. Immerse yourself in the nature and beauty of the Top End as you cruise down Sweet’s Lagoon in our river cruising vessel. Experience the wonder of the surrounding area with views from a scenic helicopter flight. For the day tour you will also enjoy a delicious barra burger for lunch as well as a dip in the pool or a drink on sky deck. Or, step it up a notch and soak up an incredible Top End sunset over the floodplains followed by a gourmet banquet dinner, star gazing around the fire pit and an unforgettable, bespoke outback glamping experience, followed by breakfast in the morning.
Beat the crowds, immerse yourself in nature and experience a once in a lifetime Top End adventure with us.
Top End Safari Camp is also available to book privately as a wedding venue, and for private groups, corporate and incentive trips.

340 bed hostel in the heart of the city with a newly renovated pool, new cooking equipment, new carpet in hall ways, all rooms painted and new flooring. There are two en-suite rooms, 5 doubles, 5 twins with TV and fridge and 5 twins and 5 doubles with fridge only.

The hostel also has its own bar with great daily specials a large dining area, self catering kitchen with new appliances and a sundeck overlooking the pool area.
The dorm rooms are four bed dorms and two six bed dorms. All of the rooms have power points with USB ports and individual lockers.

Inclusions – breakfast cereal and toast with free tea coffee and sugar all day. There is also a free BBQ during the week for guests.
A tour desk is available to help with travel arrangements. TV room for guests and a study room for international students with 3 computers a printer and a large table for studying bookshelf and a comfortable couch to relax .

Offering budget friendly tours for those wanting to experience adventure, excitement and the real NT. Litchfield Swimming Adventure full day tour now available.

Hotel pick up and drop off included in your booking, as well as a delicious picnic lunch, there is no better way to explore Litchfield National Park than with NT Day Tours.

Built from mud brick and local timber with historic touches throughout, the Lazy Lizard Tavern is an eclectic design with a tropical open air feel. So stop in for a cool drink and a chat with the local. The Lazy Lizard provides family friendly services and welcomes, campers, caravaners, backpackers, local and international visitors and local residents.

The tavern is also a popular restaurant and is open seven days a week for lunch and dinner. The meals served are good quality traditional pub fare, complemented by daily specials created by the resident French chef.

The shop does not have regular opening hours in the ‘Wet’ season – October til April. Please call or email to make an appointment to open.

Didgeridoo Hut, in Humpty Doo (only 30 minutes from the city), is owned and operated by Aboriginal people. Authentic art is produced by artists who are part of the owner’s extended family, they often stay onsite while they are working. A majority of the artists are from Kakadu and Arnhem Land.

Explanations are given on the art and culture. The Northern Territory art styles range from the Arnhem Land ‘Raark’, the Desert ‘dot’, to the Tiwi Islands and Saltwater regions. They stock not only aboriginal art but craft as well, including woven baskets and dillybags made from natural fibres and dyes from various roots, berries and bark. Some non-indigenous local art and craftspeople are also promoted by the gallery.

The Darwin Galleria is in the heart of Smith Street Mall.
The iconic shopping centre features strong established local and national businesses; and prides itself in offering premium fashion, food and fun!
With one of the busiest food courts in Darwin City it provides access to both Mitchell Street and the Mall.

Nearby parking is available in the West Lane Car Park, so stop for a lunch and browse through one of the many shops.

Darwin Galleria, where Darwin City meets!