Ghan Kakadu Tour Package – Ghan Kakadu Travel Packages
AUSTRALIA: One of the Largest Countries in Oceania which is a combination of mainland Australia and Tasmania and small islands. Starting from The Happening Cities like Sydney Melbourne Brisbane to the High-end Gold coast Hamilton Island to Uluru and Australian Outback the Country has Much More to Offer. For a deep connection with nature, our Kakadu Splendour itinerary takes you to the heart of this World Heritage wonderland. Followed by a journey aboard The Ghan Expedition from Darwin to Adelaide, connecting you with some incredible landscapes and an Off Train Excursion along the way.
Australia’s most stunning and beautiful nature can be found in our Ghan Kakadu tour package. Ghan is the most romantic and great train journey to enter the northern territory. The Ghan is an epic train journey that covers 2,797 kilometers between Darwin and Adelaide. The Ghan is the world’s great train journey with beautiful scenery, landscapes, waterfalls, will surely delight your every moment. We try to encompass as many places as we can in our Ghan Kakadu travel package, to make experience the enthralling beauty of northern territory in Australia.
Ghan Kakadu travel package – sightseeing
Darwin is located on the far north of the northern territory. It is the only state capital in Australia with a tropical climate making it a perfect gateway spot for travelers. There are many places you can visit in Darwin like the Stokes Hill Wharf, botanic gardens, the Chinese temple, the Museum and art gallery of Northern Territory, Darwin aviation museum, etc. Stokes Hill Wharf is the main wharf and main attraction of Darwin city. It is a multi-purpose harborside venue located from 5 minutes drive from Darwin city and it is a popular tourist spot. The George Brown Botanic Gardens is another famous tourist spot in Darwin. The garden is located just 2 kilometers north of Darwin city. The garden hosts the collection of Northern Australian monsoon flora, tropical orchids, heliconias, and other exotic plants. Another historical place you can visit is the Chinese temple or the Museum Chung Wah. The museum represents the determination and contribution of Chinese people to the development of the Northern Territory. The museum is mainly focused on the impact of World War 2 when Darwin city was bombed. If you want to know more about the Northern Territory then you must visit the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory. The museum has five permanent galleries and a number of temporary displays and a theatre. The museum showcases contemporary and traditional art forms of the ancient people of the Northern territory. Darwin Aviation Museum is a must-see place in Darwin. Previously the museum is known as the Australian Aviation Heritage Center. The museum has a collection of the territory’s aviation history. Darwin and other historical places of Darwin city are included in our Ghan Kakadu tour package.
The Kakadu National Park
The Kakadu National Park is Australia’s largest national park and managed by its native indigenous people. Kakadu is home to one-fifth of Australian mammals, more than 120 species of reptiles, over 300 tidal and freshwater fish, more than 2,000 plants, and 10,000 species of insects. It provides a home to more than 290 different species of bird or over one-third of Australia’s bird population. Within the land of Kakadu, you find six main landforms and each landform has a unique range of plants and animals.
It is the third-largest city in the Northern Territory in Australia. The place is also known as Mparntwe to its indigenous inhabitants. Alice Springs has a stunning landscape, remote community, and unique history to explore. You can visit the Todd Mall gallery to expand your knowledge about local Aboriginal Arrernte people. If you want to experience the scenic desert then you have to drive into the Mac Dennell Ranges and experience the scenic gorges and history of the region. Alice Springs sightseeing is included in our Ghan Kakadu travel Package.
Coober Pedy is a mining town of South Australia and the town also called “Opal mining capital of the world”. It is Australia’s most unusual towns because much of it built underground. You will able to find many attractions hidden under the surface of the South Australian desert, including local homes, an opal mine, and a museum, a Serbian Church.