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Journeys : Feb March 2010
From the natural wonder of Ayers Rock to the crystal-clear plunge pools of Litchfield National Park and the remoteness of Ar nhem Land, the Northern Ter ritory offers a variety of natural, cultural and Outback holidays. Let Ter ritory Discoveries and R ACT Travelworld can help you discover it. Explore Australia's Outback in traditional comfort and style -- the Ghan's classic Gold Service offers all you need to make your train holiday a memorable experience. Relax on the Ghan and mar vel at the changing landscape as you travel from Adelaide to Dar win, stopping at Alice Springs. There's time to rela x in this Outback tow n and explore the Red Centre's natural wonders on a 4WD safari. The Ghan then travels up to Dar win where you can admire the Territory's shimmering waterfalls, lotus carpets and beaches. Dar win is the gateway to the tropical Top End and is the platfor m for the magical Kakadu and Beyond getaway. You'll stay at the 4-star Holiday Inn Dar win, located right on the Esplanade, with panoramic views over Dar win Harbour. In your hire car, explore the wonders of the region at your ow n pace and travel to the World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park. Stay at the Gagadju Cooinda Lodge, beneath a canopy of trees beside Yellow Water Billabong and take a scenic Yellow Water Cruise, where a canopied boat steers you through the tranquil waters. Witness a land barely touched by mankind where nature is raw, crocodiles rule and a prehistoric landscape is enlivened by Discover the wonders of the Territory whistling kites across the floodplains. If you're keen to contribute to the lasting beauty of the Territory, then the five-day Cobourg Peninsula Volunteer Experience is for you. Departing from Dar win you'll assist with a range of conser vation activities to help restore the local habitat, monitoring native plant and wildlife species or restoring bush tracks. This is a great way to make an active contribution to the local environment while enjoying a unique travel experience and discovering spectacular Arnhem Land. Another tour option takes you to visit a series of Aboriginal communities that are off the beaten track. These homelands are the heart of the Wester n Desert art movement, which catapulted ancient people with ancient traditions onto the world stage, attracting art connoisseurs, collectors and anthropologists. During this six-day tour you'll visit six Aboriginal communities in Central Australia, places that very few people have the opportunity to visit. The tour covers most of the region's beautiful and dramatic areas including the icons of the Red Centre -- Ulur u (Ayers Rock), Kata Tjuta and Kings Canyon. Starkly-beautiful landscapes, unforgettable landmarks to see and photograph, historic and cultural sites to visit, and more activities than you can imagine -- come and journey deep into the Norther n Territory! Kings Canyon Uluru sunset Katherine Gorge Mutitjulu walk 63 February / March 10
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