ATE17 - Australian Tourism Exchange
(14 May 17 - 18 May 17)

Western Australia and Northern Territory

 

WESTERN AUSTRALIA  

Explore Tours Perth

Whether you are a visitor or a resident of the great city of Perth, Explore Tours Perth can take you on full day or half day trips to experience the best that Perth and Western Australia have to offer. Small group sizes mean you get a more personal experience. So we suggest you sit back and relax and enjoy the comfort of the air-conditioned Explorer Buses as our friendly knowledgeable Chief Explorers guide you around our day tours destinations of:  The Swan Valley, The Pinnacles; Penguin Island and Shoalwater Marine Reserve and the Margaret River Region.

 

Redsands Campers

RedSands offer the highest quality 4WD campers to allow you to journey through all the very best spots that Western Australia and the Northern Territory has to offer. And with depot's in Perth, Broome and Darwin, the pristine beaches of the South West, World Heritage listed Shark Bay, Ningaloo Coast, Kimberley Region through to the rugged outback of the Northern Territory have never been more approachable. We are sure that if you wish to experience these beautiful places, if you choose to use a RedSands Camper, you will have a "trip of a lifetime".

Mantarays Ningaloo Beach Resort

Mantarays Ningaloo, the only resort on Sunrise Beach, is your gateway to the world heritage listed Ningaloo Reef and the Cape Range National Park. Guests can enjoy a relaxing holiday escaping the winter chill or an action packed holiday taking part in the many activities the region has to offer.  Mantarays Ningaloo, has 68 rooms which includes a range of hotel rooms and one and two bedroom self-contained apartments and bungalows. Three bedroom apartments are also available on request. The complex includes Gold Plate Award winning Mantaray’s restaurant, bar, lounge, resort-style swimming pool and gym with stunning beaches right outside your door.

The Amazing South Coast

Kaya Kaya choorrabinyi Minang boodja - Welcome to Minang Country, may the spirit of ‘our ancient people’ of long ago guide your journey through the Amazing South Coast.  Explore the real south, where the mountains touch the sea and the ocean touches the land in a vast panorama of rugged beauty.  Discover the authentic taste of the Amazing South Coast and you’ll forget there’s any other culinary experience worth having. Document your journey through fields of gold, vineyards of green and oceans of blue, enjoy the natural topography through bike riding, paragliding, hiking, horse-riding, surfing and more – Come and experience the Amazing South Coast.

 

 

NORTHERN TERRITORY

 

 

Bullo River Station

Bullo River Station is 500,000 acres of privately owned countryside and is situated in the far north-west region of Australia’s Northern Territory. Encircled by the coffee coloured waters of the Victoria River and rugged hills inscribed with Aboriginal rock art, this vast property is not only home to around 9,000 Brahman-cross cattle, but also a stunning variety of local fauna species including wallabies, dingoes, wild buffalo, birds, barramundi and the omnipresent crocodile. A stay at Bullo River is not a choreographed experience. Our friendly team will arrange all of your activities tailor-made each day to suit your wishes.

 

 

Image: Mal Peacock – Mal Peacock Photography

 

Corroboree Billabong Wetlands Cruises

Corroboree Billabong is part of the Mary River Wetlands and is the closest wetlands cruise available from Darwin at just 90 minutes’ drive from the CBD.  The Billabong is teeming with birds and boasts the largest concentration of Saltwater Crocodiles in the world. Our custom designed boat allows us to get up close to the wildlife for great photo opportunities. We offer Day Tours from Darwin including air-conditioned transport, 2.5 hour cruise and hotel pick up and drop off. We also offer 1, 2, 1.5 and 2.5 hour cruise only options on the wetlands for people with their own transport.

 

 

Royal Flying Doctor Service Tourist Facilities

The Royal Flying Doctor Service Tourist Facilities in Alice Springs and Darwin provide an insight into the history of the Royal Flying Doctor Service and the Bombing of Darwin Harbour. Visitors can see, experience and learn through the wonder of technology as these facilities bring history to life.
The facilities feature life sized story-telling holograms, interactive story-telling ghosts, full sized aircraft, touchscreen portals, pedal radio, virtual reality footage of the bombing of Darwin Harbour, and much more.

 

 

 

 

Skydive Uluru

Skydive Uluru is the only skydiving centre operating in Central Australia. Established at Ayers Rock Resort in July 2014, we offer Tandem Skydiving tours over the iconic Uluru, with views of Kata Tjuta, Lake Amadeus and Mt Conner. We are proud to offer a unique and thrilling product to adventurers visiting the Red Centre of Australia. Our product respects Aboriginal culture and offers an exciting alternative to climbing Uluru. The entire activity is completed in less than 2 hours, allowing plenty of time for other activities. From sunrise to sunset, this is an amazing way to make a trip in the Red Centre unforgettable.

 

 

Territory Expeditions

Territory Expeditions operate small group tours from Darwin to World Heritage Listed Kakadu National Park, Arnhem Land and Litchfield National Park.  Our tours are designed for travellers who want to experience the natural and cultural wonders of the Top End in small groups, with a maximum group size of 16 passengers.  
Our all-inclusive 2, 3, 4 and 5 day tours including accommodation in permanent safari tents are perfect for the FIT or group market. All tours focus on local Aboriginal culture, wildlife and the natural environment and spend more time exploring and less time driving.  

 

 

Top End Day Tours

Top End Day Tours operate two tours into Arnhem Land from Darwin.
The Injalak Hill Tour guarantees travel with an Aboriginal guide, the Sightseeing Tour offers a myriad of experiences. Both visit the Injalak Arts Centre and allow guests to interact with local Aboriginal people. The tours provide a once in a lifetime experience and opportunity to interact with and learn about the world’s oldest living culture and a chance to view some of western Arnhem Land’s most amazing rock art sites. Our fully guided tours include all permits, lunch, afternoon tea and iced water.