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Kakdau National Park, Litchfield National Park, Katherine Gorge, Tropical Darwin City

• Tropical Darwin in Australia - Over 500 photo's and 150 pages of great free useful travel guide tourist information
• Kakadu National Park in Australia - Over 350 photo's and 125 pages of great free useful travel guide tourist information
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7 Day Selfdrive Route from Alice Springs to Darwin

• Access: 2 Wheel Drive on sealed roads access
• Start: From Alice Springs
• Finish: To Darwin in Northern Territory Australia
• Total Distance: 1639 kms
• Highlights: West MacDonnell Ranges, Aboriginal Art & Culture Centre, Alice Springs, Devil’s Marbles ancient rock formations, Mataranka Hot Springs, Nitmiluk (Katherine Gorge) National Park.

Day 1: Alice Springs

Alice Springs has plenty of interesting Outback history. Include a visit to the historic Old Telegraph Station, the Royal Flying Doctor Service Visitor Centre (daily tours), the Aboriginal Art and Culture Centre, and other historic buildings; or for the more adventurous, take a ride on a camel. Just west of Alice Springs detour to explore the stunning landscapes and magnificent gorges of the surrounding McDonnell Ranges, including Simpsons Gap and Angkerle (Standley Chasm).

Day 2: Alice Springs to Tennant Creek

Travelling north from Alice, you have several hours of driving (approx 400 kms) to the Devils Marbles. Head off early. The Devils Marbles have been formed over millions of years, a great spot for photos. After departing the Devils Marbles continue on to Tennant Creek, the modern outback gold mining town, where you stay the night. Tennant Creek has a very strong Aboriginal heritage, and you can learn about the culture from murals around the town, by visiting the Aboriginal art gallery or watch the locals as they create their paintings and objects. More information on the local area is available at the Information Centre. Local attractions include the Nyinkka Nyunyu Art and Culture Centre and Battery Hill Mining Centre.

Daly Waters Pub in Northern Territory  south of Darwin

Day 3: Tennant Creek to Mataranka

A big day of driving is ahead to Mataranka, so it is recommended to get on the road early. Make a short stop, lunch and refuel at Hi-Way Inn (proper roadhouse) lunch at Daly Waters Pub about 5km has limited fuel options, but is worth a stop for lunch and to check out it’s history.

Day 4: Mataranka to Katherine

The best feature of Mataranka, is the Mataranka Hot Springs. This incredible sight is a crystal clear pool that maintains a continuous temperature of 34 degrees Celsius and bubbles from an underground spring at a stunning rate of around 30.5 million litres each day to feed the rivulet and water holes. Head off just before lunch to Katherine (approx 112 kms). Enjoy the afternoon in Katherine or the nearby Nitmiluk National Park.

Nitmiluk National Park in Northern Territory 3.5 hours south of Darwin

Day 5: Katherine

The most significant tourist attraction near Katherine is the 180,000 hectare Nitmiluk (Katherine Gorge) National Park, located 32 kms northeast of Katherine. The Katherine Gorge is actually made up of 13 separate gorges. The park offers a range of activities, so you can spend the day swimming, bushwalking, boating canoeing, helicopter joy flights etc.

Day 6: Katherine to Litchfield National Park

Head off early to travel the approximate 200 kms to the Township of Adelaide River. Take some time to visit the beautifully maintained World War II cemetery in a peaceful location by the banks of the river. 434 servicemen and 54 civilians killed during the Japanese air raids on Darwin are buried here. The Adelaide River itself flows north and reaches the Timor Sea approximately 50 kilometres north-east of Darwin. It is best known for its large population of saltwater crocodiles that are the focus for cruises on the river. (The Jumping Crocodile Adelaide River Queen Cruise departs from Adelaide River Bridge on the Arnhem Highway via Humpty Doo). Continue north and take the left-turn to Litchfield National Park, just west off the highway. Litchfield is popular for spectacular waterfalls, intriguing ‘magnetic’ termite mounds and beautiful pools for year-round swimming. Camp the night in the National Park or stay nearby in the township of Batchelor.

Waterfalls, Tomler Falls, Florence Falls  and Wangi Falls in Litchfield National Park 2 hours south of Darwin via the Stuart Highway in Northern Territory

Day 7: Litchfield National Park to Darwin

Enjoy the morning in Litchfield National Park before the final drive to Darwin. On the way, don’t miss the Territory Wildlife Park, where you can see native fauna, a nocturnal house, aquarium and huge walk-through aviary.

Also worth a visit is the Berry Springs Nature Park. Both are located just west of the highway as you head towards Darwin, your final destination and capital of Northern Territory.


• Fatigue causes many crashes in Australia.
• When driving long distances, stop and rest every 1-2 hours.
• Try to have someone sit beside you to keep you company driving as our NT roads can be long and straight.
• Alcohol and driving don’t mix.
• For experienced drivers the blood alcohol level is 0.05.
• Provisional drivers and young drivers may not have any alcohol before driving.
• Seat belts and child restraints must be worn by all vehicle occupants.
• Always carry a copy of your driver’s license in English.

• Take plenty of water on all Outback trips;
• check distances and driving conditions;
• and ensure you have adequate petrol at all times.
• Remember, rule ‘Number 1’ in the Outback: if your car breaks down you MUST stay with your vehicle for safety reasons.
• Don’t drive after dark.
• Parks & Wildlife Commission Northern Territory provides information on camping, National Parks, and permits.
• Ensure you are informed re the safety of swimming in the ‘Top End’ – many areas are not safe to swim due to crocodiles.
• Call 08 8999 4401 or visit www.nt.gov.au/ipe/pwcnt for information.

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Find a day tour from Darwin Kakadu | Litchfield | Katherine | Fisihng and more:
• Darwin Day Tours
• Litchfield National Park choice of day sightseeing tours from Darwin
• Kakadu one day and extended sightseeing tours from Darwin
• Katherine Gorge Nitmiluk Tours from Darwin
• Tiwi Islands cultural tours from Darwin
• Darwin Fishing Tours
• Crocosaurus Cove in Mitchell Street Darwin
• Darwin Harbour tours and cruises

Find a short break safari tour to Kakadu:
• 2 Day 4WD Kakadu Explorer- NTK2 (Open Age)
• 3 Day 4WD Kakadu and Litchfield Explorer (Open Age)
• 3 Day 4WD Kakadu and Litchfield Unleashed3 (Open Age)
• 3 Day 4WD Kakadu and Litchfield Unleashed (18-39's)
• 5 Day Top End Explorer (Open Age)
• 3 Day 4WD Kakadu and Katherine Safari (Open Age)
• 4 Day 4WD Top End Safari (Open Age)

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Things to see in Darwin in a selfdrive motorhome rental - Darwin's Icon Tourist Attractions
• The Indo Pacific Marine Exhibition • The Australian Pearling Exhibition • Aviation Heritage Centre • Lyons Cottage • Cullen Bay Marina • Parliament House • George Brown Botantical Gardens • State NT Museum & Art Gallery • East Point Military Musuem • Sky City Casino • Fannie Bay Goal • WW11 Oil Storage Tunnels • Stokes Hill Wharf • Nightcliff Jetty • Gardens Park Golf Links • Darwin Golf Club • Darwin Sailing Club • The Esplanade

Things to do in Darwin in a selfdrive motorhome rental holiday whilst in Darwin:
• Wave Pool • Territory Wildlife Park Link • Crocosaurus Cove Link • Crocodylus Park • Deckchair Cinema • Nightcliff Market • Places of interest Free Admission • Darwin Fishing Tours • Sea Darwin • Parap Market • Mindil Beach Market • Rapid Creek Market

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