AUSTRALIA : NORTHERN TERRITORY

The world truly is an amazing place. Experience the natural and the man-made beauty and marvel at our wonderful planet. Beautiful destinations are everywhere. Take your pick and allow us to create a once-in-a-lifetime experience for you.

Northen Territory

Educational tours, couples, families and individuals will discover the unique and inspiring destination that is the Northern Territory. Located right here in our own backyard, the NT is rich in Aboriginal culture, important cultural landmarks, historical events and geological treasures.

Visit the many World Heritage areas and National Parks which offer thought-provoking outdoor activities on a range of topics such as sustainability and environmental conservation, history and art. It is an adventure seeker’s paradise and a culture enthusiast’s gallery, the NT has something for everyone.

An incredibly beautiful place of extremes, the Northern Territory is a place not to be missed.

The world truly is an amazing place. Experience the natural and the man-made beauty and marvel at our wonderful planet. Beautiful destinations are everywhere. Take your pick and allow us to create a once-in-a-lifetime experience for you.

Northern Territory

Educational tours, couples, families and individuals will discover the unique and inspiring destination that is the Northern Territory. Located right here in our own backyard, the NT is rich in Aboriginal culture, important cultural landmarks, historical events and geological treasures.

Visit the many World Heritage areas and National Parks which offer thought-provoking outdoor activities on a range of topics such as sustainability and environmental conservation, history and art. It is an adventure seeker’s paradise and a culture enthusiast’s gallery, the NT has something for everyone.

An incredibly beautiful place of extremes, the Northern Territory is a place not to be missed.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

WHAT WILL THE WEATHER BE LIKE?

The weather will depend on where you are travelling and what time of year. It is a good idea to check the Bureau of Meteorology website for the area in which you will be travelling and get an overall 7 day forecast. It’s also a good idea to always take a jacket even into warmer climate areas as sometimes the temperatures can dip at night.
http://www.bom.gov.au

WHAT ABOUT THOSE TRAVELLING WITH A DISABILITY?

Australia is generally well equipped for all travellers, including those who may have a disability. Many services are available if you need them.
A good website for more information is http://cangoeverywhere.com.au

PROTECTION FROM THE SUN

Australia’s sun is very strong and will quickly burn skin in as little as 10 minutes even on cloudy days. Extra care must be taken between 11am and 3pm, and using a sunscreen of 30+ or higher is a must, as is wearing a good pair of sunglasses. If you are swimming it is a good idea to apply a water-resistant sunscreen throughout the day.

WHAT SHOULD I DO IN CASE OF AN EMERGENCY?

Australia wide, the telephone number of 000 is the emergency number. Please call for a genuine emergency if you need police, ambulance or fire brigade assistance.

BUSHFIRE EMERGENCIES

Many parts of Australia experience bushfires and there are danger periods, usually during late spring and summer in the south and winter and spring in the north. Always check for fire danger and use the TV, local radio and newspaper reports to keep yourself updated. Under no circumstances should you wander into a fire danger zone thinking you will be alright.

ARE AUSTRALIA'S BEACHED SAFE TO SWIN IN?

Australia has more than 10,000 beaches and they often have strong currents. Many people can be caught off guard by these. Always swim between the red and yellow flags as these areas are patrolled by lifeguards during the summer months. Always check water depth before diving.

Shark attacks are rare but do occur so swimming in patrolled areas is a must as is not swimming alone or way off shore. Crocodile habitats exist especially in northern Australia in rivers, seas and coastal estuaries. Always observe safety signs and don’t swim in rivers, deep pools, mangroves or estuaries. Marine stingers are also present so remain vigilant.

DO I NEED TRAVEL INSURANCE?

If you are an Australian citizen you are not required to be covered for medical expenses, HOWEVER, we strongly recommend that you take out domestic travel insurance which will cover you for personal liability, cancellation of flights and any expenses incurred with those, loss of luggage, and lost or stolen personal effects.
Travel insurance is a must for all international travellers.

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