Uluru Segway Tours are new on the Uluru tourism scene, giving you a modern way of cruising around the big red monolith.
Treat your taste buds with some bush tucker and eat like a local
The Northern Territory is not just a sensation for your eyes, nose and ears – your taste buds also get a treat with Uluru Bush Tucker Journeys.
Bush tucker, the term for Aboriginal Australian cuisine, is much older than most European cuisines, combining native herbs, animals, vegetables, spices and indeed insects, to create unique and memorable flavours. There’s something for everyone, no matter your taste preference.
The new Intrepid Native Food Tours is also building an outstanding reputation for itself.
Take your taste buds on a trip through Australia's Aboriginal history by sampling kangaroo and emu, along with lemon myrtle, desert lime and wattle seed. Indulge in local dishes like the quandong, a native Australian wild peach.
‘Glamp’ under the stars
Camping should no longer be considered roughing it! Glamping – glamorous camping – has been the rage for some time now, and the Dreamtime Escarpment Tents at Kings Creek Station might just be the best example on the face of the earth.
With all the creature comforts of a five-star hotel, these tents get you up close and personal with the natural environment of the Northern Territory – while sacrificing none of the luxury.