Top End, Kakadu and Arnhem Land

Discover the Tropical Top End on your next school excursion where your students will gain insight into extraordinary landscapes, pre-historic creatures, ancient Aboriginal art and culture, the understated war history of this region, and the devastating 1974 Cyclone Tracy.

The Northern Territory’s multi-cultural capital, Darwin is the closest Australian capital city to the Asia Pacific Region. The city is steeped in history and well placed to provide an insight into both the history and future of Australia’s geopolitical and economic engagement in the region.

Top End Adventure

Katherine, Kakadu And Arnhem Land

Katherine, Kakadu and Arnhemland Adventure

Trip designed for all year levels 7-12

 

The Territory is a vital part of our connection to the Asia Pacific Region. Even our first Indigenous inhabitants of the Darwin region had trading ties throughout Southeast Asia – and the Top End’s trade with the Asian region continues to grow today.

Austour Aboriginal studies students visiting the Top End have excellent opportunities to engage with Indigenous Communities.

Trips from Darwin can include Litchfield National Park, Katherine, Kakadu, Arnhem Land and the Tiwi Islands.

The opportunities are endless. Each itinerary can be tailored to suit student or adult needs.