Day 1 Darwin to Mary River
The waterfalls of Litchfield National Park are a refreshing start to your day, followed by the spectacular Mary River Wetlands.
Birds arent the only wildlife abundant around here; keep your eyes out for lurking crocodiles on your private river cruise.
Spend the night at a secluded campsite at Port Stuart Wilderness Lodge.
Day 2 Mary River to Kakadu National Park
Discover ancient Aboriginal rock art at Ubirr, and clamber to the top of a rocky outcrop for fabulous views over the Nardab floodplain.
Next its on to Maguk (Barrimundi Gorge), where a hike is rewarded with a reviving swim in the plunge pools.
Stay at a permanent campsite within Kakadu National Park.
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Day 3 Kakadu National Park to Darwin
Get ready for some 4WD action on the way to Jim Jim Falls. Once there, hike to the base of the falls before continuing on to Twin Falls.
Feel the beauty of the stunning gorge and powerful falls from the National Park operated boat and boardwalk experience.The impressive scenery will continue to amaze you as you journey back to Darwin in the afternoon.
Day 4 Darwin to Katherine Gorge
Leaving Darwin, stop for a break beside the impressive Adelaide River on the way to Katherine.
Spend the afternoon at the majestic Katherine Gorge, which is part of the Nitmiluk National Park.
Experience the striking beauty while canoeing or cruising through the gorge itself.
Day 5 Katherine Gorge to Tennant Creek
Not far to the south is Mataranka, where you can revive in a sparkling thermal pool surrounded by lush tropical forest.
Next stop is the iconic Daly Waters outback hotel, the Territorys oldest pub. Nearby lies Australias first international airport, but you wont get a flight back home from here these days!
Continue south to Tennant Creek where you will camp overnight at Juno Horse Farm.
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Day 6 Tennant Creek to Alice Springs
Check out the sacred sight of the Devils Marbles, which balance precariously on their rocky perch.
Stop at Barrow Creek Pub, home to the historic Telegraph Station, where you can catch a glimpse of what outback communication used to be like.
A visit to Ti Tree gives you the chance to buy original work of art by indigenous artists, before crossing the Tropic of Capricorn to arrive in Alice Springs late in the afternoon.