Australia’s leading food rescue organisation, OzHarvest, has teamed with Huma Charity Challenge to launch a fundraising trek
Produced in partnership between Kakadu National Park, Tourism NT and Google Australia
The funding promises include significant allocations for upgrading roads, accessibility, camping facilities
Contiki has been a pioneering force in youth travel since 1962, connecting 18-35 year olds with the time of their lives around the world.
To celebrate this momentous occasion, guests are invited to travel in The Ghan's 90th year and be part of the birthday celebrations.
TripAdvisor®, today announced the results of its Seasonal Experiences Trend Index
Inspiring Journey’s Kakadu’s Ancient Secrets and soak up the traditional Aboriginal art and culture
Flash Camp will return for a third season at the Cooinda Camping Ground from 16 June to 16 September 2018
This year’s festival will see the region’s best Indigenous chefs showcasing their culinary creations at remarkable locations
Territorians are a resilient lot
This award is recognition of the commitment by all traditional owners in the Park, all Bininj/Mungguy, and Parks Australia
Kakadu Tourism appoints James Robinson to head sales & marketing James Robinson has extensive experience in the tourism and hospitality sector, joining Kakadu Tourism from from Darwin tourism gro...
The latest winner in the Million Dollar Fish competition highlights the ‘gold’ swimming within Kakadu’s famed waterways
After one of the wettest wet seasons for years, Kakadu is looking in perfect condition for the forthcoming peak ‘dry’ season.
‘The Croc’ Hotel in Kakadu won the ‘Unique Accommodation’ award in the Brolgas, which was celebrated by GM Richard McArthur and his team
That’s not a knife, that's a knife" might be the immortal line from Crocodile Dundee, but it was the rugged and beautiful landscape of Kakadu that captured the imagination of Americans
Visitors to Kakadu will be able to camp in comfort and style from July, with pop-up hotel operator, Flash Camp, setting up at Cooinda Camping Ground for the dry season.
Discover Australia’s ancient indigenous culture with rock art dated around 20,000 years old
Soak up Darwin’s balmy weather and the melting pot of food and cultures in the city’s many outdoor festivals and markets