From the tropics of Darwin to the outback landscapes around Alice Springs, the Northern Territory’s food and wine experiences are a world away from the everyday.
Visitors to Uluru in Central Australia can choose from some magical dining experiences, such as the Sounds of Silence and Tali Wiru.
SOUNDS OF SILENCE DINNER
Expert tip: Have your customers taken on a scenic camel ride to the Sounds of Silence dinner
Expert tip: Bookings are essential
Darwin’s colourful outdoor markets provide a great opportunity to mix with locals and travellers and gain an insight in to the lifestyle of this tropical city. They are also a great place to pick up local arts and crafts, perfect for souvenirs and gifts.
A number of tour operators offer guided fishing trips throughout the Top End, allowing visitors to pursue wild barramundi, notorious for putting up an exhilarating fight, with strong runs and enormous leaps out of the water.
Collecting and eating seafood so fresh it is literally moments from habitat to taste buds is a highlight your clients will never forget on Venture North’s 5 day Kakadu and Arnhem Land Safari.
Outback Fest – Uluru
Uluru, provides the spectacular setting for this three-day festival. Events include; the Outback Fest Markets featuring local arts and crafts and bush-inspired food and the Outback BBQ Bash with live music.
Greek Glenti – Darwin, Northern Territory
The Territory’s biggest food festival, sees locals and visitors alike indulge in mountainous spreads of barbecued octopus, honey puffs and the best lamb yiros this side of Athens.
The 18-day Darwin Festival is one of the Territory’s biggest events that transforms Darwin into a hive of culture, music, art, dance and local flavour every August.