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Untamed and beautiful, Australia's Northern Territory is truly a holiday destination with a difference. This vast state - equivalent in area to France, Spain and Italy combined - is a wonderland of dramatic landscapes with natural treasures from lost valleys to meteorite craters, and hot springs to thunderous waterfalls.
Riverside on the outskirts of Alice Springs
On the banks of the famous Todd River, with its majestic river red gum trees, Chifley Alice Springs Resort is in a superb position for exploring the Red Centre. The hotel is just a five minute stroll from the fascinating cultural centre of ‘The Alice’, and offers facilities including a restaurant, beautiful tropical gardens and a solar-heated swimming pool.
Boasts delightful gardens with Uluru views
Desert Gardens Hotel is an oasis of manicured lawns, magnificent ghost gums and native flowering shrubs. A short stroll brings you to numerous lookouts for views of Australia’s most dramatic sunsets, with the spectacular play of colours across the face of Uluru. The hotel has a restaurant, pool, lawns for sunbathing and a bar for sundowners. Dining options include White Gums Restaurant serving breakfast and Arnguli Grill which is a favourite for flame-grilled specialities at dinner.
Wake to uninterrupted views of Uluru at this luxury basecamp in Australia’s spiritual heart.
Overlooking the dual World Heritage-listed Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Longitude 131° offers a refined and incredibly intimate experience of the Red Centre, with just 15 tents, fine dining and world class service. This is desert luxe at its very best.
Sensitively-designed wilderness accommodation
With its haunting, otherworldy landscape, Kings Canyon boasts some of the most beautiful walks in Australia. In the midst of a magical unspoiled wilderness, this sensitively designed resort with comfortable accommodation and breathtaking views offers the perfect opportunity to be at one with nature. Follow the trails to experience incredible gorge views, mysteriously alien sandstone formations and the beautiful Garden of Eden, a lush, densely forested oasis of a waterhole.
Traditional Outback hospitality
Offering traditional Aussie hospitality in relaxed surrounds, the Outback Pioneer Hotel is comfortable and affordable. Fend for yourself at the Outback BBQ & Bar – buy your choice of meat at the bar before cooking it to perfection or indulge in the quieter Bough House Restaurant with a pleasant buffet dinner. You an also enjoy dinner at one of Ayers Rock Resort's other 13 dining experience as well as nightly entertainment.
Experience life on a working buffalo station at this eco-friendly luxury bush camp.
Teeming with wildlife and blessed with a stunning landscape of wetlands, woodland, mangroves and coastal beaches, the Mary River Floodplains region is a nature-lover's dream. There’s nowhere better to immerse yourself in the region than the remote Bamurru Plains, offering a taste of the wilderness without compromising on comfort. Surrounded by a wild landscape of palms and twisting trees, the atmosphere here is relaxed and intimate.
Striking architecture in premium hotel
Named after the soaring white sails that crown its roof, Sails in the Desert is the ultimate in comfort at Ayers Rock Resort. A beautifully designed premium hotel with well-appointed rooms and lovely grounds. The hotel overlooks its inviting pool and offers a range of dining experiences. Sails also features the acclaimed Mulgara Gallery.
Crocodile-shaped hotel in Kakadu National Park
A visit to Kakadu National Park is one of those life-changing experiences that can only be had in Australia. Step into the empty wilderness of this magnificent World Heritage Area, recognised both for its natural resources and ancient Aboriginal culture. Uniquely shaped like one of the area's iconic crocodiles, Gagudju Crocodile Holiday Inn is the park’s only full service hotel.
Superb waterfront location
This contemporary hotel boasts a picturesque setting in the city’s new Darwin Waterfront Precinct which offers a selection of restaurants and cafes. It is just a ten minute stroll from the city centre and a stone’s throw from the Wave Pool, Deckchair Cinema and Stoke’s Hill Wharf. Facilities include a pool, spa, restaurant and bar.
Ideally placed for exploring the great outdoors
The riverside town of Katherine is renowned for the spectacular Nitmiluk (Katherine Gorge) National Park which lies to the east. The region boasts thermal springs and its tropical woodland, waterfalls and limestone karsts are ideal for kayaking, trekking, fishing and cruising. The Ibis offers a comfortable base for exploration of the Top End.