Explorers Way
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Explorers Way

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Explore the red rocks, waterfalls, and rock art of the Northern Territory, journey through the Outback on the Ghan train, and discover South Australia's wine regions and island wilderness and wildlife. Bookend your trip with the laid-back tropical city of Darwin and Adelaide's graceful sandstone symmetry.


By Sue Gough Henly

WHAT TO EXPECT

  • See rock art, waterfalls and wetlands in Australia's largest national park
  • Travel through the Outback on the world's longest north-south train journey
  • Get close to Australia's diverse wildlife on Kangaroo Island
     

FAST FACTS

  • Time: 14 days
  • Distance: 3000 kilometres (1864 miles)
  • Transport: car, train, boat, plane 
  • Nearest major cities: Darwin and Adelaide

Traversing Australia from top to bottom is an incredible experience easily achieved in two weeks. This itinerary combines two very different cities, World Heritage national parks, Aboriginal rock art, Australian wildlife, world-class wineries, an epic train journey through the wide open spaces of the Outback, and one of Australia's most beautiful islands.