Australian Geographic Editor-in-Chief travels to the Northern Territory to experience the very best of the Top End.
Kakadu National Park, around three hours east of Darwin, is a fantastic destination for a vehicle-based family adventure
Both waking and paddling is on offer at Nitmiluk National Park
Litchfield NP is a classic Top End park and shaped by the water which thunders in The Wet
Litchfield National Park is known for its waterfalls and termite mounds
A kayak journey down the Katherine introduces a novice to the splendid beauty and bewitching isolation of one of the Top End’s major rivers.
Bird photographer David Rennie shot these images while on the trip he won for being selected the 2013 Australian Geographic ANZANG Photographer of the Year. His prize was a spectacular cruise with Linblad Expeditions along the Kimberley Coast.
Kakadu isn’t known for its hiking, but there’s a surprising number of trails through this stunning country
Large fires are burning early in the Dry season in the Top End
Australia’s jackaroos and jillaroos provide a photographic glimpse of life on an outback station.