Now is the perfect time to reconnect to Uluṟu, the heart of our country, with the culturally significant, world-first experience, Wintjiri Wiru.
Not so long ago saltwater crocodiles were considered vermin in Australia and shot on sight. Now the reptiles are appreciated as a valuable commodity in the country’s far north…and they’re thriving.
Feel really connected in one of the most isolated regions of Australia.
The boab trees of the remote Tanami desert are carved with centuries of Indigenous history – and they’re under threat.
From the Northern Territory’s blanket of glittering stars and red-rock monoliths to South Australia’s castaway Kangaroo Island and dazzling salt crust of Kati Thanda-Lake Eyre, our vast continent is a playground for the wild at heart.
Growing up alongside Aboriginal people in Kakadu and Arnhem Land has given Sab Lord a very different education, making him the ideal choice as a guide in this wildly important part of Australia.
Wild, wide and wonderful: head off on an Australia and New Zealand adventure with AAT Kings.
Rivers, creeks and billabongs across northern Australia have been alive with thousands of tiny croc babies during the past six months.
Explore beyond Uluru to experience the breathtaking natural landscape of Kings Canyon.