There are plenty of things to see and do in Darwin, but none of them offer quite the same experience that you will have on a Spirit of Darwin sunset cruise. The cruise offers guests a unique experience of the harbour as the boat drifts past mangroves and the city skyline magically appears as twilight descends
The carnival promises five days of spectacular thoroughbred racing intermingled with fashion, fun, luncheons, yearling sales and an all round amazing time.
Alice Springs’ premier two-day event, the Alice Springs Show, brings the community together each July.
The annual quirky Camel Cup, raced in Alice Springs under the shadow of Uluru, attracts visitors from all over the world.
The festival was first organised to sell beanies crocheted by Aboriginal women in remote communities and has grown into a fun event where Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal artists share their culture and exhibit together.
Most spectacular when the sunlight reaches the chasm walls and floor around noon, the chasm is a significant ‘woman’s dreaming’ site in local culture.
Alice Springs Helicopters offers a broad range of flying services, including scenic flights and heli-safaris, charter services, filming and photography opportunities, mineral exploration support, and search and rescue.