Gardens, Landscapes and Art of the Top End
Explore a diverse landscape, from tropical gardens to desert oases, and be immersed in the Northern Territory’s vibrant traditional and contemporary arts scene.
Darwin’s coastal tropical climate allows a wide range of floral specimens to flourish; be immersed in this natural abundance on visits to a series of leading horticulturalists and private gardens.
Explore Darwin’s unique history and art at the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, before wandering through the extensive George Brown Botanic Gardens.
Then, venture into Kakadu National Park, a 20,000 square-kilometre wilderness of wetlands, rivers, grasslands, escarpments and forests as old as time itself.
Wonder at ancient art by ancestors of the Bininj/Mungguy nations in the Kakadu National Park to glimpse the continually evolving artistic tradition of the Northern Territory.