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Nature’s Way, Australia

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Nature’s Way, Australia

story by: Inspire Australia

Get in touch with nature on this experience through the Top End in the comfort of a campervan. Around every corner there is a new spectacular view and rugged terrain to be tamed and explored. Discover the waterfalls of Litchfield, wetlands of Kakadu, and cruise the spectacular Katherine Gorge at your own pace, with total freedom to set your own itinerary as you go.

Day 1: Darwin – Jabiru (256km)
Leave Darwin and travel through floodplains and tropical woodlands to Jabiru, the main centre within the park. End the day watching the sunset from ontop of Ubirr.

Day 2: Jabiru and surrounds
To truly appreciate the magnitude of the Arnhem Land escarpment, get an aerial perspective on a scenic flight (additional cost). The Bowali Visitor Centre and Nourlangie Rock are must-sees.

Day 3: Jabiru – Cooinda (55km)
Visit the acclaimed Warradjan Cultural Centre, also the launch point for cruises on the world-renowned Yellow Water Billabong.

Day 4: Cooinda – Gunlom (106km)
Drive into Maguk (Barramundie Gorge) where you can swim in an idyllic freshwater gorge. Continue on to the southern end of Kakadu and take the gravel road to Gunlom, one of Kakadu’s most spectacular locations.

Day 5: Gunlom – Pine Creek (95km)
Explore the southern area of Kakadu, including the numerous scenic bushwalks out of Yurmikmik before heading out of the Park to Pine Creek. Rich in pioneering history, Pine Creek has a strong gold mining heritage. Take a detour to Katherine, a place where the Outback meets the tropics.

Day 6: Return Leg to Darwin (233km)
Continue north on Nature’s Way towards Darwin, stopping in at Litchfield National Park on the way for a swim or a walk.

Day 7: Darwin
Your trip ends today in Darwin.

Note: These itineraries are a guide only

DEPARTURES: Daily

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