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Spectacular scenery, Australian outback, desert, rural lands, cities.
 
Darwin- Australia’s most northerly city.
 
  • NT Museum of Arts and Sciences – Aboriginal cultural crafts, contemporary art pieces, photographs, flora and fauna.
     
  • Wharf Precinct – Historic walking trails, a World War II tunnel, Survivor’s Lookout, restaurants, arts performances, and entertainment.
     
  • Melville and Bathurst islands (80km from Darwin)- Two islands home to the Tiwi Aborigines for thousands of years.
     
  • Kakadu National Park – Traditional Aboriginal land, crocodiles, unique flora and fauna, and World Heritage listed.
     
  • Katherine Gorge (314 km South of Darwin) – Nitmiluk Natinal Park, spectacular gorges, Cutta Cutta Caves.
Alice Springs – Australia’s inland city
 
  • Macdonnell Ranges Eastern and Western – Experience the best of the ranges by spending the morning in the east at Emily Gap, Trephina Gorge and Ross River Homestead for an optional horse or camel ride. Travel west to Simpsons Gap, Standley Chasm and Anzac Hill
     
  • Take a Camel to dinner or breakfast along the Todd River before experiencing a home cooked meal, including bush tucker tasting, Visit the Camel Display, Camel Shop and Kangaroo Enclosure.
     
  • Red Centre Dreaming Aboriginal Dinner and Show – Experience a high quality Aboriginal performance.
 
It is reported that in 1943 a flight of 24 RAAF Wirraways flew under the Sydney Harbour Bridge, with one of the pilots changing his flight path at the last moment to go over the top of the Bridge only just clearing it in time.
The Sydney Harbour Bridge construction started in 1924 and took 1400 men eight years to build at a cost of £4.2 million
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