The Top End

The most vast region in terms of its reach, we have exclusive access in Top End. It offers diverse landscapes, famous  art, and the opportunity of boat tours.

Why choose The Top End?

  • Delve into the profound depth of First Nations people culture in the Top End, including exclusive access to Arnhem Land, the vibrant communities along the Daly River, and the cultural crossroads of the Katherine region
  • Stunning landscapes, from the world-renowned Kakadu National Park, where the ancient rock art of Ubirr tells timeless stories, to the dramatic escarpments of Nitmiluk National Park
  • Explore the pivotal moments of Australian history with insights into the bombing of Darwin and foster a deep appreciation for First Nations art at local art centres, where traditional and contemporary works reveal a rich cultural narrative
  • Take a river cruise and feel the thrill of spotting crocodiles in their natural habitat, hike through challenging terrains that reward you with breathtaking views, and camp under a sky full of stars

Sample Itinerary

Day 1 - The Journey Begins
  • Morning flight to Darwin
  • Explore Litchfield National Park
  • Hike to Wangi Falls, Tolmer Falls and Florence Falls for a swim
  • Discover hidden rock holes
  • Set up camp outside Daly River
Days 2-4 - Watjan Homeland
  • Welcome to the Country ceremony
  • Collect, dye and weave pandanus leaves into traditional designs
  • Contribute to a community project
  • Unstructured time to get to know Elders
  • Enjoy a traditional painting workshop
  • Learn about seasonal bush medicines and their ancient healing properties
  • Skin and prepare a kangaroo using traditional cooking techniques
  • Yarning circle about land, language and law with Traditional Owners
  • Cook for and eat with the community
  • Dreamtime stories with Elders around the campfire
Days 5-6 - Nauiyu community
  • Spend time playing with local kids and learn about services in remote First Nations Australia at the local community of Nauiyu (Daly River)
  • Nightly reflections on the immersion
  • Fish for barramundi and turtle and prepare your catch for dinner
  • Kick a footy around with the local kids
  • Hear dreamtime stories with Elders
Day 7 - Tumbling waters
  • Farewell Nauiyu community
  • Travel to Berry Springs for a cool down in the pristine water
  • Final reflection and debrief
Day 8 - Return Home
  • Drive back to Darwin and fly home