Professional travel agents are travel tragics. They're driven by a passion for exploration, cultural immersion and the good times found as you explore the world around you. Whilst no-one has been absolutely everywhere, and it's probably an unrealistic expectation to think your travel agent has, ATAS accredited Northern Territory travel agents are connected to an entire ecosystem and supply chain of destination, cruise and touring experts in every corner of the globe they sell. As a client, you become part of that interconnectedness. Even if you are travelling solo, you're never truly alone if you have a travel agent in your corner.
So, if you're planning a Top End adventure, consult with a Northern Territory travel agent and build the trip you've been dreaming of. Your travel agent will combine his or her own local knowledge and destination experience, with the very best elements from the travel supply chain behind the shop-front. Scan brochures, magazines and travel sections, search for experiences online and talk to your friends and family who have visited the Northern Territory, and start sketching out your dream trip. And with the experience and expertise of a Northern Territory travel agent, make it a reality.
Not only can a Northern Territory travel agent inspire you with their insights, first-hand experiences, and descriptions of their favourite places in the Top End, they can make booking an absolute breeze. With a good brief, an ATAS accredited travel agent will research, negotiate and assemble a range of options that can be personalised and tailored to suit you.
Expert Northern Territory Travel PlanningA Northern Territory travel agent will help you pick a bit from here, and a bit from there, combine a touch of luxury with some serious camping and expeditioning. Fly to a breath-taking lodge in Arnhem Land, take a gourmet Top End adventure, attend a festival or simply noodle around at the Mindil Beach Sunset Market in Darwin. With a Northern Territory travel agent in your corner you can stitch the perfect trip together without the fuss and stress that can come with a doing-it-yourself approach.
And it's not just the planning stress, but the stress as you travel wondering if you've booked it right. Holidays are meant to be relaxing and immersive—let someone else take care of the stress while you make the most of every moment away.
Field of Lights, Uluru - Image by Tourism NT & Laura Bell
Seriously Good ValueTravel agents negotiate fantastic rates with all of their accommodation, transport, touring and experience partners. These preferred, contracted relationships can save you lots. Not only that, the perks and privileges that can come from booking with a travel professional can really add serious value to your holiday investment. From early check-in, preferential seating, food and beverage credits, upgrades and more, your Northern Territory travel agent can add VIP touches to your holiday travels.
Save time and stress by consulting an ATAS accredited Northern Territory travel agent—experience you can trust.
Dishy DarwinThe Northern Territory's tropical capital, Darwin, is fast becoming something of a culinary hot-spot, a place where cultures and foodie traditions blend, pop and fizz with deliciousness. The city's proximity to the sea, Timor-Leste, Indonesia and a string of wonderful Asian destinations brings a unique edge to Darwin's food scene. Dive in and you'll sample local staples like mud crab, barramundi, Kakadu plum, lemon myrtle and even green ants.
Whether you're drawn to Darwin's legendary cuisine at Hanuman Restaurant (there's an outlet in Alice Springs, too) or simply a mouth-watering stroll through the extraordinary melting pot at the Mindil Beach Sunset Market, a Northern Territory travel agent can help you plan your tasty Top End travels.
Darwin WaterfrontHome to the city's famous Wave Lagoon, Darwin Waterfront is a playground of good times and fun galore.
Wave Lagoon is a 4000 square metre family-friendly, croc and stinger-free wave and swimming lagoon, and one of Darwin's most popular attractions. Venture in and experience 10 different wave patterns from gentle swells to breakers up to 1.2 metres high—perfect for body boarders. The nearby patrolled, saltwater Recreation Lagoon is Darwin's only man-made beach. Like the Wave Lagoon, it's a stinger-free attraction. Darwin Waterfront is also home to parklands and playgrounds, Darwin Convention Centre, sports fields and the seaside eateries and restaurants of historic Stokes Hill Wharf.
There's much more to Darwin, of course, so if you're planning a visit, work with an ATAS accredited Northern Territory travel agent to create the perfect trip.
Aboriginal Cultural Experiences
The Top End is the ideal place for fascinating Aboriginal tourism experiences and insights into Australia's wonderful, thriving indigenous heritage and culture. A Northern Territory travel agent will help you piece together a journey through Aboriginal culture from art, music and performances, bush foods, stories and folklore.
The Top End for Families
Every corner of the Northern Territory is ripe for family adventures. Venture from Darwin to remarkable Arnhem Land, Kakadu, Katherine and Alice Springs with your loved ones for a family adventure like no other. Immerse yourselves in Aboriginal traditions and stories, ride camels, walk wonderful trails, cool off in waterholes and marvel at extraordinary sunsets and landscapes.
Your ATAS accredited Northern Territory travel agent has a range of brilliant family-friendly holiday ideas. Put yours to work, tap into their professional and personal experience, and pack your bags—your Top End family adventure awaits!
The Red Centre
Australia's spiritual heart beats in the astounding landscapes and ancient Aboriginal heritage embedded in the ochre-red soils of the World Heritage listed Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park.
The ideal leaping-off point for exploring the Red Centre is the city of Alice Springs—or 'The Alice'. Home to the Arrernte Aboriginal people for thousands of years, modern Alice Springs is a lively outback city, renowned for its colourful locals and thriving arts scene. Alice Springs boasts numerous accommodation options to suit just about any budget—from five-star luxury to wilderness camps and backpacker lodges, you'll find the perfect place to lay your head. Speak to an ATAS accredited Northern Territory travel agent to plan your perfect stay.
No-one should explore this part of Australia without immersing themselves in the ancient local culture and the majestic natural wonders including Uluru and Kata Tjuta (the Olgas), as well as the stunning Kings Canyon. Few forget the astonishing sunsets and sunrises in this part of the world. Rising nearly 350 meters above the surrounding expanse of red earth and uniquely Australian desert landscape, Uluru is a spectacular and spiritual place, and is one of Australia’s most recognisable symbols.
Driving to Kata Tjuta - Image by Tourism NT & Kyle Hunter
There are endless touring, adventure and experience options out here. A Northern Territory travel agent will have access the very best, most reliable and suitable tours for your visit. Take your pick from walking tours, skydiving, hot-air ballooning, motorcycle adventures, the incredible Field of Light installation, the iconic Sounds of Silence dining experience under the sparkling outback sky, and the legendary Alice Springs School of the Air visitor centre.
The Red Centre brims with so many wonderful travel experiences it can be hard to know where to start. Start your planning journey in the safe, professional hands of an experienced Northern Territory travel agent.
You Must Do KakaduLocated within the Northern Territory's Alligator Rivers Region and roughly half the size of Switzerland, Kakadu National Park is an astonishing corner of Australia 170 kilometres from Darwin. Here you'll find ancient landscapes, thundering waterfalls, lush rainforests and wetlands, abundant wildlife and the oldest Indigenous rock art in the world.
There are many ways to explore Kakadu. Tap into the experience and expertise of an ATAS accredited Northern Territory travel agent to plan, book and travel with confidence.
Litchfield National ParkConsidered by many to be the Top End's best-kept secret, Litchfield National Park is just an hour's drive from Darwin.
An ideal self-drive opportunity from Darwin, Litchfield is home to cooling waterholes ripe for swimming, and rushing cascades whose falling water refreshes the skin. There's also great fishing and camping.
The Northern Territory is a self-drive holiday paradise. Talk to your favourite Northern Territory travel agent to discuss your options and take advantage of great car hire rates, accommodation deals and value-adds that come from working with a true travel professional.
Northern Territory travel agents work hard to deliver professional, friendly and efficient service and advice. And when you travel, they’ll be with you every step of the way so all you have to do is relax and immerse yourself in your holiday.
Northern Territory travel agents—local experience and expertise you can trust.