Gardens, Landscapes and Art of the Top End
Join garden writer Genevieve Jacobs to discover the diverse natural beauty of Australia’s ‘Top End’, and delve into the Northern Territory’s fascinating history and artistic culture.
Thanks to Darwin’s coastal tropical climate allowing for the flourishing of a wide range of floral specimens, see the best of this natural abundance in sites such as Anthill Gardens, the largest private tropical garden in the Territory, and the kaleidoscopic Jenny’s Orchid Garden. Also visit the extensive George Brown Botanic Gardens, before exploring some of Darwin’s unique history and art in the Museum of the Flying Doctors and Bombing of Darwin, and the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory.
Then venture into Kakadu National Park, a 20,000 square-kilometre wilderness of wetlands, rivers, grasslands, escarpments and forests as old as time itself.
Information available July/August 2018. For further details, please click ‘Request Info’.
*Single travellers may request to share.
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