Visit The Top End
The Top End of Australia in the N.T boasts some of the most culturally significant and beautiful national parks in Australia including Kakadu, Litchfield, and Nitmiluk (Katherine Gorge).
The Top End of Australia is a tropical climate often characterised by two seasons – wet and dry. The vast landscapes and wildlife adapt and change significantly throughout the year as the monsoon rains dump huge amounts of water on the rugged and wide landscapes, before the sun settles in for month of almost perfect weather from May through to about September, before the build up begins again.
The Top End is famous for its diverse wildlife, including the ever-popular saltwater crocodiles that attract tens of thousands of visitors every year. Did you know? Of the entire Top End our guides unanimously agree Yellow Water Billabong in Kakadu National Park is the best place to have a unique wildlife experience.
In addition to the natural beauty of the Top End visitors can learn about the rich cultural history of Indigenous people of the Top End, including exploring many ancient rock art sites, and learn about the history and cultural practices of many different Indigenous tribes spanning the N. T’s Top End.
The Top End of Australia really is one of Australia’s most beautiful, diverse, and culturally historic places in the country. A bucket list item for everyone.